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This may seem like a dumb answer; however, why are you using PSERVER? The advantage of using CVSNT on a Windows NT machine is the SSPI protocol -- being able to manage users and permissions using NT users and groups. Best of all, SSPI encapsulates all of the authentication; so, the only firewall issue you (may) have to deal with is the normal CVS port -- 2401. Are you locked into using PSERVER for your developers' authentication or can you use something else? MoMad wrote: > Hey Everyone, > Before you all start beating on me, I should tell you that I can login to > pserver, but the problem is, pserver will not allow some user accounts to > login. strange i thought. > here is what happened: > * i created an account for admin (it worked just fine) > * i created an account for cx (192.168.1.13 rejected access to cx on > repository cxm) > * i created demo9 (worked fine) > * i created demo8 (worked fine) > * i created anzor (192.168.1.13 rejected access to anzor on repository cxm) > * i created momad (worked fine) > i dont know what the problem is, someone please help me because i have no > idea why it sometimes works and sometimes doesnt work. i tried removing the > users that didnt work and add them again, still didnt work. i checked > permission settings and everything looks fine because all the above users > are using pserver under the same nt user account. i created a nt user > account called cvsuser that is in the administrators group. so it should > work for anyone mapped to it. > I have CVSNT 2.1.1 on a Windows 2000 Pro SP3 (512 MB, 60Gig, AMD Athalon XP > 2100+ ~1.7Ghz)