Vedr.: Re: [Cvsnt] ntserver and aliasses

jml at jml at
Fri Jan 18 10:51:23 GMT 2002

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We're still on NT4, so there's no way out for me than at this time.

Thanks anyway!

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jml at wrote:

> Hi
> I am using cvsnt with the ntserver access method and would like to have
> some kind of alias (a logical name like "ourcvs") for the
> All NT-servers in my company are named from a naming scheme as NKM18xxx
> where xxx is a unique number. This is the machines IP-alias as well. I
> make a new IP-alias, and this works fine if I use the pserver access
> (ie. :pserver:me at ourcvs:d:/source).
> But if I try with ntserver (:ntserver:ourcvs:d:/source) I get an error
> message "Error connecting to server on \\ourcvs...."
> I guess this is because the ntserver access method is not using tcp/ip
> somthing like smb?

I know you can make aliases in samba, but I suspect your domain
controllers are not Linux boxes :-)  NT4 definately can't do it, but
it's possible that Active Directory can do something like it... you'd
need to find an AD expert to answer that one, though.


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