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When you use :sspi:server:/repository you don't do cvs login. There is no point in doing so because sspi will reuse the Windows login data. Only if you specify :sspi:user at server:/repository is cvs login used. Bo On Tue, 7 Sep 2004 12:50:18 +0500, "Raheel" <softwarengineeer at gawab.com> wrote: >hi there, > >I am sending my problem again on list. Previously i didn't get any hint from here (don't know why). Anyways, i want to use sspi protocol for cvs operations. I was using pserver before. > >I defined my cvsroot like: > >CVSROOT = :sspi:<ip_address>:/Test > >F:\CVSWorking>cvs login >Logging in to :sspi:raheel@<ip_address>:2401:/Test >CVS password: ****** >cvs [login aborted]: Authentication protocol rejected access > >Environment: >Server: > CVSNT 2.0.48 > Window NT 4.0 workstation > >Client: > Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.0.51a (client/server) > Windows 2000 Professional > >Note that user 'raheel' is in administrators group on NT 4 workstation (CVS server) > >Any expert thoughts over it?? /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)