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Kevin Jones wrote: > IIRC, > > the token that the process gets from impersonation is not exactly the > same as the token you get when you log on interactively. The user in the > CVS passwd file is me. If I log on to the server normal (as an > interactive user) I get access to the directory fine, but I don't get > access through CVS pserver. It's not exactly the same (since it doesn't have the correct authorisation to attach to the network, and maybe do other stuff, although I haven't looked into it too closely) but it has the same access rights to the local filesystem which is what cvsnt uses it for. > One other question - what protocol is ntserver using? is it NTLM? It's a named pipe connection, which is NTLM I think. Tony