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>I then managed to install WinCVS on my laptop, and got it working initially >using the pserver protocol to connect to the cvsnt server. I then changed >over to the SSPI protocol and after a LOT of headscratching managed to get >things initially working OK with it as well. But my question is this- In >order for WinCVS to work from my laptop, I had to add the group "Everyone" >for all the files and folders in the repository. (I grant all file >permissions for this group as well) No other user or groups seem to work... >I tried to create a "cvsusers" group and added my login user name to it, on >the desktop. I then added the "cvsusers" group to all the repository files >(again with all file permissions granted), and remove the "Everyone" group . >But then WinCVS fails on every command it sends in. For example - > cvs does its initial access to the repository as LocalSystem, so you need to grant access to the system user for the CVSROOT and CVSROOT/config at least. After it's read the config and validated the user all access should be done as the user, so the rest of the repository should work as expected. Tony