>>>> Ideally we'd prefer to simply create our remote repository on a
>>>> drive of one of our local network servers. Is this possible?
>>> Yes, this is possible, but it's not advised to keep such a
>>> "reference" repository on an exported networked drive for a number
>>> of reasons (both performance and bug-free operation).
>> I agree that performance is not ideal (although if you are on a fast
>> LAN, it probably would not matter much), but I do not recall any
>> specific bugs in that area. Can you elaborate?
> This one [1] for instance.  I also recall seing people having other
> "mystical" problems with setups like this so I somehow developed an idea
> than having a repository on a networked drive is asking for troubles.
> Of course, if there are happy users of such setups, I would be glad to
> hear as my precautions might well be unfounded for the recent versions
> of Git.
> 1. http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/issues/detail?id=130

A group I was with used a master repository on a windows share for quite some 
time without a database corruption being seen.   --
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