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On Mon, 4 Nov 2002 11:56:57 +0100, "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote: >I just did a quick test from my Notebook which still has some flavour of >Win98 installed on it (don't know exactly which - I bought the thing >second-hand and it was still on there) and tried to connect to the CVSNT >repository on my workstation via SSPI. I got a message about a failure to >initialise "security.dll" which in fact does not exist on that machine. Do I >need to run some kind of Windows service pack (if so which one?) or is it >maybe not possible at all to use sspi from Win98? :ntserver: works fine >however. > I changed it from secur32.dll to security.dll ages ago, after someone complained it didn't work with XP... I need to change it back again, as the change doesn't work with Win9x. Also you can't do sspi encryption with Win9x - aparently if you try it it crashes the kernel requiring a reboot. The number of people who've noticed this, though, is still in single figures, so I wonder whether it's worth supporting Win9x for much longer... probably I'll do a bugfix release then release it as the definitive Win9x version. Tony