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Hi, I am having trouble to logon using the PServer protocol and being part of a domain. Client: Windows XP Prof. - part of the domain CVS Server: Win 2000 - part of the domain PDC: Win 2000 Error mesage: Fatal error, aborting. cvs [login aborted]: cvs_domain: Impersonation failed - configuration error. Contact your System Administrator. I made sure that the SYSTEM account is running the CVSNT service and has the right to 'Create a token object'. I had to change the setting on the cvs server and the PDC to get it effective on the cvs_server. My cvsroot: set cvsroot=:pserver:pserveruser at cvs_server:/test The relevant line from the passwd file in repository /test: pserveruser:Ki4WcSl9eC166:cvs_domain cvs_domain is a user defined for the domain. Setting of config file: SystemAuth=no I also made sure the setting in CVSNT is to use domain users to authenticate pserver logons. What am I missing to configure? thanks for any help, Kai p.S.: SSPI works fine