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Hi, I have added a line in $CVSROOT/verifymsg to run a script to check the log message whenever a user commit their changes. I have been able to trigger the running of the MS-DOS batch file if I have administrative/login previliges on the machine running CVSNT. In my setup, we have a domain controller where all the accounts are held. To access the CVSNT machine, I have created a group CVSUsers on the CVSNT machine and added the domain accounts to that group. The users are able to go about checking in/out, branch, merge etc.. Now, when I added the running of a batch to triggered by verify message, the "ordinary" users reported that they receive a cvs server message saying that the are unable to execute the script. I don't know if this is a CVSNT server or Windows security question. Does anyone have similar setup? I am not allowed to enable administrative privileges for the domain user on the CVSNT machine. Cheers -- Nicholas Yue