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"Bo Berglund" <bo.berglund at telia.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:06fpsustps9n2k7m3bbdrcr6cgchu1rtjg at 4ax.com... > Add the username to the cvsroot like this: > :sspi:user at cvsntserver:/repository > On a command prompt do as follows: > set CVSROOT=:sspi:user at cvsntserver:/repository > cvs login > (enter domain password for user) > > After this you should be accepted on the server also in the future > even when using WinCvs (who does not accept the cvs login command when > using :sspi:) when you use the same cvsroot. The password is cached in > the registry. > > /Bo THX that's it. I think I've read it in past life ... The "logonstring" is now cached in the registry. Ok any documentation about how it is cached ? Any existing statement about the security of this? I can't say I like it. Regards Emmanuel Zaspel