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On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 17:34:00 +0100, "Greg Smith" <greg at ced.co.uk> wrote: >We are using CVSNT 41a on our local NT2000 server with reverse DNS off. >We connect using sspi. > >Everything is fine except for one user (WinCVS and Tortoise CVS with latest >versions), who is suffering a >10 seconds delay before every CVS operation. >This user has Windows XP SP 1. We can see no obvious difference between this >user and everyone else. Any suggestions as to the cause of the delay... it >cannot be the reverse DNS lookup effect (unless this switch no longer has >any effect). > If your windows 2000 server hasn't been updated recently you may be being hit with a known bug - see http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q308512 It's all due to your DNS being broken though... it's much easier to fix it than to try to workaround all the problems it casues :) Tony