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Steve Forsyth wrote: > Again, excuse my lack of knowledge in the networking side of things... > but, I just want to verify that in order to use sspi, the server must be > authenticated to a domain?... and the username/login would have to > belong to that domain? It works fine in a workgroup - your CVS users just log into the CVS server rather than a domain. > I'm asking because I have a home computer that I am trying to use the > ext wrapper for sspi, I couldn't login due to authentication issues and > then I realized that I don't have my server as part of a domain. You'll probably have to do a 'cvs login' from the command line first, to cache the password. Domains make this a lot easier :) > So... I'm just going to go down the list: > pserver (extremely unsecure) > ssh1 (has been hacked, so probably not the best route) > sspi & ext:sspi (server must be logged into a domain) > and > ssh2 (the only one left) There's also sserver. Tony