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guillaume.alcion-cote (Guillaume ALCION-COTE) wrote: >Hi, > >When I try to manipulate my user using a sspi, I got a error saying that I should do a login first : > >C:\devtools\cvs\cvsnt>cvs -d :sspi:p075076:/cvsroot ls >cvs [ls aborted]: Can't authenticate - perhaps you need to login first? > >Is that normal, I thougth I don't need to do login with sspi. I create a first user, and I test it with pserver, but I am unable to create any other. > >I am using : > >C:\devtools\cvs\cvsnt>cvs --version >Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.0.26 (client/server) > > It's probably another problem with your authentication. You don't need to login *if* windows can figure out how to authenticate you automatically. -- Glen Starrett --(shameless plug)-- Help Scotty get his star: http://www.ScottysStar.com/