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Tony, the problem is solved (even if I don't know exactly how). Our problem was that the network settings were changed on the server. The server is no longer a member of domain but a workgroup. This change caused the user passwords to expire on the server (anybody knows why?). It required to change the password by next logon, but because the accounts are used only to access the CVS sever, the passwords couldn't be changed. I seems that Win2K internally (file access, etc.) followed this rule, but in "Local Users and Groups" (LUaG) settings the account seemed to be not blocked. Finally, I received a "password expired" error message after I changed the user accounts in LUaG. The next time I tried to login by WinCVS, I received this error message. So it seems it is more likely a Windows bug than a cvsnt problem. Thank you for your reply. Laco "Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message news:dco22h$she$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Gyökeres Ladislav wrote: >> Hi, >> every time I try to update my sandbox, I get error message: >> cvs [update aborted]: cvs_encrypt_wrap_input failed: error >> >> I get this message even if I want to make diff or try to checkout new >> modules. I was searching this newsgroup, but I could find nothing useful. > > Add -z0. Something is failing the communications, and compression isn't > very good at handling that. > >> I am using NOD32 antivirus but I set exception for cvs.exe, >> cvsservice.exe and cvslock.exe (I know NOD causes problems to CVSNT). > > .. and I expect this is the problem. > > It is not enough to make an exception. Nod32 physically breaks the TCP/IP > stack - you must disable the part that does that (I forget which but it's > a particular service they use), or uninstall it competely. > > Tony