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I have CVSNT 220.127.116.11 (build 57i) installed on an NT 4.0 sp6 machine which is on a LAN. I setup the CVSNT by following the installation procedure provided by Bo Berglund. I installed WinCVS 18.104.22.168 Beta 8 (Build 1) on the other NT 4.0 sp 6 machines in our small development group as well as on the machine on which CVSNT is running. I know that it is not recommended that the same machine be used both as server and client but due to administrative circumstances we are not able to get a dedicated server for this so one of the developer's machines will have to be used as the server at least for the time being. I initially set up all the clients to connect to the server using pserver and this is working with no problems. The main reason I used pserver was because that is the example Bo used in his instructions. Each user logs on to NT using the domain user id. None of the machines has any local users so I created a local cvsuser and cvsadmin id on the machine with CVSNT which were used with impersonation. Since all clients will be NT or XP and I hope to be able to connect from home as well as the office via a VPN I thought it would be good to change to sspi and use encryption. I set SystemAuth=No so only the domain user ids in the passwd file would have access to the repository. I am able to connect to the server using sspi with my own domain\userid from any of the client machines including the machine which is also the server. None of the other users is able to connect using sspi. When attempting to connect we get the following results: C:\>set CVSROOT=:sspi:DOMAIN\user at server:\test C:\>cvs login Logging in to :sspi:DOMAIN\user at server:2401\test CVS password: ****** cvs [login aborted]: unrecognized auth response from server: cvs [serve r aborted]: Authentication failed I am stumped over why this fails. Can anyone advise how to troubleshoot this? Regards, Erik W. Warren Sr. Engineer - Flt. Ops. Engineering Delta Air Lines Dept. 088 P.O. Box 20706 Atlanta, GA 30320-6001 Ph (404) 715-7229 fax (404) 715-7202 erik.warren at delta-air.com