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> 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. Ah, so this should actually have been part of the CVSNT distribution? I had been assuming it was a system DLL that should be part of the OS. In that case I guess I should have addressed this to the WinCvs guys. I wasn't using a full CVSNT installation on that client, just WinCvs 1.3b9. There's no trace of either file name you mentioned on that machine. > Also you can't do sspi encryption with Win9x - aparently if you try it > it crashes the kernel requiring a reboot. Yes, I saw that. Didn't remember exactly what caused it but now you mention it... It was just what I was expecting from 9x though, so nevermind... ;) > 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. I'm pretty sure 9x clients are still relatively widely used, especially on older hardware (such as my second-hand 300MHz notebook ;). Cheers, Oliver ----------------------- JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)