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Tony Hoyle wrote: > I've been working on a diagnostic tool that gives an overview of the > server settings. It > isn't really finished yet but in view of the issues some people have > I'll release what I have > for now. > > You can download it from http://www.cvsnt.org/cvsdiag.exe > Excellent--I presume it'll throw warnings on anything unexpected. Not sure why it has the server version as 2.0.36? though -- it's 2.0.34 loaded now. For reference, here's my info from my test machine (XP Pro): CVSNT Diagnostic output ----------------------- Server version: 2.0.36? OS Version: Windows XP 5.1.2600 (Service Pack 1) CVS Service installed: Yes LockService installed: Yes pserver installed: Yes sserver installed: Yes sspi installed: Yes ext installed: Yes Installation Path: C:\Program Files\cvsnt Repository Prefix: C:/repositories Repository 0: C:\repositories\test Repository 1: (no value) Repository 2: (no value) Repository 3: (no value) CVS Temp directory: C:\temp\tempfiles CA Certificate File: C:\Program Files\cvsnt\cvsnt-default.pem Private Key File: C:\Program Files\cvsnt\cvsnt-default.pem CVS Temp directory: C:\temp\tempfiles Impersonation: Yes Local Users Only: No Fake Unix CVS: No Default LockServer: localhost:2402 Disable Reverse DNS: No Server listen port: 2401 Temp dir readable by current user: Yes Repository0 readable by current user: Yes Temp dir writable by current user: Yes AV files detected: NAVAPSVC.EXE NAVAPW32.EXE Installed Winsock protocols: 1001: MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP] 1002: MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP] 1004: RSVP UDP Service Provider 1005: RSVP TCP Service Provider -- Glen Starrett