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I can't connect to the my cvs server with the sserver protocol. I have done : set cvsroot=:sspi:computer:/test cvs passwd -r user -a cvsuser I have opened the CVSROOT/passwd file to check if everything is ok. It's look like. But after, if I try : set cvsroot=:sserver:cvsuser at computer/test cvs login >> cvs ask me the password and I get this error : => CVS password: ***** cvs [login aborted]: ssl connection failed: error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) I wonder if the protocol pserver is not needed to use sserver. When I do a cvs info, i get that : Available protocols: ext ext interface v1.0 fork fork interface v1.0 gserver gserver interface v1.0 (Active Directory) server server interface v1.0 sserver sserver interface v1.0 ssh ssh interface v1.0 sspi sspi interface v1.0 Regards, Grumph.