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IAB wrote: > I have installed CVSNT in a server and, when I try to connect it (with > TortoiseCVS), I ever get the classical error: Authentication Protocol > Rejected Access. > > The server has Win2K, and the client has WinXP. I'm using SSPI protocol. > Both computers are login in a domain (in other machine). The CVSROOT > that TortoiseCVS is using is: > CVSROOT=:sspi:user_name at ip_server:2401/repository where user_name is the > client user in domain (I dont write it, but Tortoise get it) and > ip_server is the ip address of the server ;-). Try taking the username out of that string - that usually works. You can also specify the domain in the username in case it's picking up the local machine name instead. Tony