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On Wed, 07 Aug 2002 12:09:17 +0100, Francis Irving <francis.irving at creaturelabs.com> wrote: >Hiya, > >Just found out from some TortoiseCVS users that :ntserver: is >deprecated in more recent versions of CVSNT. Can you tell me: It's only properly depreciated in the development nightlies, which nobody should be using if they value their data... It's depreciated in the release only in the sense that I don't encourage using it (since it's going away). >- Which version of CVSNT on the server side people need to upgrade to >to get SSPI support there. I thnik somewhere around build 55 or so, but really they should be using 57f (or g when I get the time to release it). >- Why SSPI is better than ntserver (so I can put some text in the FAQ >to stop people being totally annoyed). It goes over the standard CVS port 2401 not port 139, so it can be used across the internet. It supports encryption, so is a good secure replacement for pserver. You can log into remote domains, or as any user (however it can just be used like ntserver and it'll just take the defaults). Tony