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firefox wrote: > I'm running CVSNT 2.0.34 on a Win2000 Server. On the clients is WinCVS > 126.96.36.199 installed. > I'd like to use SSH to connect to the CVSNT server, May I ask why? SSH is not exactly the best choice if the server is running Windows. There are several unresolved (unresolvable?) issues with the Windows implementations of SSH (e.g. OpenSSH), most prominently the fact that you won't be able to distinguish commits by users any more as all access will be performed as SYSTEM. In a Windows-only environment the best choice is usually SSPI. You could let non-Windows clients use :sserver: (i.e. SSL-tunneled pserver). If you need to support non-CVSNT clients as well however you're probably stuck with SSH if security is even of the slightest concern. Regular CVS does not support any secure protocols beside SSH AFAIK... or does anyone know whether :gserver: (i.e. Kerberos) might be supported as well? Cheers, -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)