I'm new to Visual SVN, so I apologize up front if this has been addressed 

I have installed Visual SVN on a system running Server 2012 r2 with a c: 
drive for O/S and VSvn, and an e: drive for the repositories.  (d: is 
DVD).  It was installed while I was logged in as administrator.  It is 
running on a virtual machine - VMWare using current versions of ESXI and 
vCenter (6.5).  The c: drive is on Datastore1 and the e: drive is on 

If I am logged in as administrator (or appears that anyone that is local 
admin) everything is fine.  If I am not logged in as admin, VSvn says it 
cannot see the e: drive, and the help talks about network share issues.

For the VSVN service/console, does it need to be run as a local admin?  Or, 
do I have some kind of odd configuration problem?  I haven't looked to see, 
but I'm assuming the console does not have to be "running" for VSvn to work 
and the important bits are already running as a service?

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