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On Fri, 19 Dec 2003 16:43:39 +0900, "keys" <s_kidu at cb3.so-net.ne.jp> wrote: >Why can I connect to localhost CVSNT server with :sspi: ? >(like below) >Isn't it authenticated by domain? It's authenticated by whatever Windows decides to authenticate with, which can be domain, AD, kerberos ticket, etc. >--- >C:\home\keys>set CVSROOT=:sspi:TPA22P:/test > > >--- >C:\home\keys>set CVSROOT=:sspi:keys at TPA22P:/test > Windows thinks your username is not 'keys', and you haven't got a cached login for that user. It's best not to specify the username with sspi as it allows the system to work it out (the exception being XP Home which has a habit of being 'guest'). Tony