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Olaf Groeger wrote: > Hi, > > i'm trying to change the log message of a commited file. this action is > restricted to CVS Admin. > - Both the CVS Server and my workstation are member of domain develop. > - In the passwd file exists an entry for me: ogroeger:!develop:ogroeger > - In the CVSROOT directory exists a file admin with an entry for ogroeger > - CVS server is configured to use domain instead of local user and to > impersonate. > - In config file systemauthenication is set to no > - i can commit, update , checkout ... from/to my workstation with > ntserver/sspi ...all succeeds > - if i want to change the log message of a already commited file, the > action fails with the message that this is restricted to cvs admins > - if i login to the the cvs server via terminal service with my domain > account (there is no local account for me on cvs server) and perform the > same action from here with same CVSROOT variable as from my workstation, > the action succeeds. Try using 'cvs -t' to find out what user the server thinks you are trying to admin as. If your domain setup is unusual you may find your username contains a domain name as well. Tony