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I'm trying to run CVSNT on XP Pro. It's having trouble with the temp directory when I try to import. If I do a standard import across sspi it fails saying cvs [server aborted]: can't create temporary directory C:\CVS\temp/cvs-serv272: Permission denied As far as I know the cvs server process impersonates my user which has admin on the server so there should be any permission problems. I think the problem is with the backslash going the wrong direction. Second question: Is there any way to use sserver in WinCVS? I need secured remote access from distant machines over TCP/IP and it sems to me that sspi probably has lots of baggage like any good Microsoft Protocol. I'm behind a firewall and it would be nice to open just a single port as opposed to the whole lanmanager set. Comment: Congrats on an excellent project. I've looked around for other secure SCM systems. I don't have $3000 to drop on user licenses and Subversion has far too many dependencies to be usable. CVSNT seems perfect.