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Arfan Deliarto wrote: > Dear All, > > I am very new to CVS. > I use WinCVS 126.96.36.199 in Window 2000 pro PC. > I also install CVSNT 2.0.41a in the same PC. > I don't face any problems when use for local authentication. > I can do import module, create new repository, checkout module, and commit > module. > But I still confuse how to do all of them for sspi authentication. > I plan to install WinCVS in each Win XP pro PCs that connected via LAN > and will create one repository in the Win 2000 Pro PC (this PC is not a > server). > Can CVS run in this configuration? or should CVSNT be installed on server? cvshome's version of the CVS server doesn't understand the SSPI protocol, so you need to use CVSNT on the server. You'll be happier with CVSNT on the server anyway, since you'll get all the advantages of using CVSNT. http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/CvsntAdvantages > > Thanks in advance > arfan > -- Glen Starrett