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<filip.hoeven at pandora.be> wrote: > 1) What is meant with "put the CVS repository on the same drive on > which the CVSNT server software was installed". Where on that drive? > In the root or in the CVSNT server software folder? I would recommend neither, but generally you're free to place it whereever you like. Personally I'm not even sure why it should be on the same drive. The only important thing IMO is that it is located on the same machine as the server process. > 2) What is meant > with "a path that starts with a forward slash, > e.g.,:sspi:servername:/test "? We use "pserver"... in that case it would obviously be :pserver:servername:/test > 3) Does this > also work for multiple cvs repositories? Of course. They would have to share the same parent folder though, i.e. you could have three repositories: c:\Repos\Repo1 c:\Repos\Repo2 c:\Repos\Repo3 In that case you would set the prefix to "c:\Repos". You could then access the repositories as: :protocol:servername:/Repo1 :protocol:servername:/Repo2 :protocol:servername:/Repo3 Hope this helps. -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)