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Thanks a lot! One more question if you please: I assume the upgrade means to uninstall the old and then fresh install the new. Any special steps to be taken to keep the original repository contents intact? Or is it simply a matter of telling the new cvsnt where the old repository is after installing? Erik Bo Berglund wrote: >>My client is running cvsnt version 1.11.1 on Windows NT. >>.. snip ... >> >>Did the client install some sort of "lean" version of cvsnt? >> >>I would appreciate any insight on this matter. >> >> > >No, he installed a stone-age old version of CVSNT! The current >stable version is 2.0.41a and is the one he should install. > >Please ask him to upgrade his server to the latest one he can >download from www.cvsnt.org. (the stable version may change >before he gets to the download page...). > >With that he can set all kinds of configuration data including >adding a repository prefix of D:/, which will make the connect >string change to this > :pserver:user at address:/cvsroot > >/Bo > > >