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Hi there, I recently installed cvsnt 18.104.22.168 (build 62) on my Windows 2000 workstation (currently in a workgroup, not a domain). I setup a test repository using the CVSNT application from the Control Panel, enabled "Use local users instead of domain", and changed the temporary directory to another location. I then started both the cvs and cvs locking services. Using the :ntserver method, I created two users with the passwd -a command, giving them no passwords. This created the passwd file in the CVSROOT with the two usernames I just created - these usernames are also local users on the Win2K workstation. I then went to my laptop, also running cvsnt 22.214.171.124 (build 62) client on Win2K. The :pserver method of login worked fine, and I modified the config file to set SystemAuth=no and change the LockDir directory to a location under the new temp location. I was able to commit this information without any problems. I then logged out. I then logged in using the :sspi method and was able to carry out various tasks without any problems. However, after logging out, I decided to log in using the :sspi method with encryption (using the -x flag). I was able to login without any difficulty, but if I tried any other command using encryption, such as ls, I received the following error message: cvs [ls aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any) On my Win2K workstation, running the cvsnt server, the cvs.exe process created a Dr. Watson error. I am wanting to use this cvsnt server for a couple of clients on the Internet, and I would like to use sspi with encryption. Does anyone know why I'm receiving this error? Thanks in advance, Mike Jensen