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No it's not on a network drive I was carefull not to do that, although the server is a virtual Win2003 server running on Win2003 server it has to do with what our IT dept wanted. Is there any additional options or utilities I can use to help figure this out. You should add this stuff about not logging in and not specifying a user name to the manual because I had read that section several times and I don't ever recall seeing anything about this and was totally unaware of these recommendations. Thanks, Matt S. "Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message news:dco5gf$u4c$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Matt Schuckmann wrote: > > I would assume that if the user has full control he has traversal rights, am > > I correct? My user currently has full control and he is still unable to > > access the repository. Furthermore since I have the repository directory > > shared he can browse into the repository from Explorer so I'm almost > > positive that he has traversal rights. (yes I know I don't need share this > > forlder for CVS to work, but having direct access to the repository is > > helping me setup the repository.) > > For some reason the server still can't access the repository. > > Is it on a network drive? > > > I don't understand your statement about not logging in. The CVSNT > > documentation discusses logining in using this protocol. It does appear to > > work equally well for me either logged in or logged out. > > With SSPI it's a bit pointless logging in, as you're already logged in > to the system anyway. That's also why it's best not to specify a > username (since it's better to let the system work out what your user > is.. it's not always as obvious as it first seems especially in > multi-domain environments). > > Tony