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[snip] > >cmd.exe and therefore open a (in most cases) blank console > window on Win > >NT. Why does CVSNT need to distinguish between NT and non-NT > at this point? > > It doesn't on any platform I've used... unless you have your cmd.exe > somehow set to always show a window. (There was a version I think that > did that on some platforms but never pinned it down to a specific > reason). [snip] Alexander: Check the service settings for CVSNT, make sure you uncheck "Allow service to interact with desktop". Someone had noted a week or two ago that the service was configured to allow interaction with the desktop. Turning that off will prevent that blank window from appearing. Since that setting isn't normally on by default, and it's only happening recently, could it be a bug in recent installer? I'm thinking that existing installations might not see that happen if upgrading, which would explain a lot. Regards, Glen Starrett