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Tony Hoyle wrote: > matthew b wrote: > > >> Is there some cached information on the CVS client? I tried CVS logout >> and looking for a cvspass entry in the registry to no avail. >> > The password cache is in part of the NT security system and AFAIK isn't > accessable for user programs anyway. > > The only thing cvsnt does is ask the system whether the user has > permissions to login.. it gets back the answer yes or no, and no other > information. All other information will be logged on the PDC (I assume > you are auditing security failures as a basic security measure anyway). > > Tony > OK, I see the SSPI entries in the cvspass only appear when you do a cvs login with a sspi source. Automatic login isn't listed in there at all. Logout does remove those entries as well. Matthew--Is the user able to connect to a regular file share on that server and work on that normally when this condition exists with CVS? -- Glen Starrett