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> I am trying to set up the repository for WinCVS and everything I refernce > refers to CVS for Unix, is there an ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE for WINcvs. It helps to understand that part of CVS too. CVSNT started as a Windows port of Unix CVS, so usually all that applies to Unix CVS also applies to CVSNT. Here's my favourite: http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/cvsbook.html (attention: huge document! ~900k) > I am > confused about the usage of the repository, am I suppose get the file to be > modified from somewhere else other than the repository then check it in when > I am done. You might want to take a look at the links collected here: http://people.freenet.de/ogiesen/newfaq.htm#startlinks > Also WinCVS does nt require login /Password to my understanding, I am using > NTserver. Should I be installing the client to access it remotely, once I > do that How does security work, regarding Login password authentication. Although this has not directly got anything to do with your question, please read (and understand): http://people.freenet.de/ogiesen/newfaq.htm#cvsgui_vs_cvs :ntserver: does not require an explicit login because it reuses your Windows login for authentication. The client executable that comes with WinCvs actually IS CVSNT (although a quite outdated one - but it could simply be replaced). Also, there is no client-only installer of CVSNT AFAICT. Hope this helps. Oliver ----------------------- JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 Y! : ogiesen