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> Gill Ernst wrote: > > It's working perfect with CVSNT 2.5.01 1902, > > > > But it is NOT working with 2.5.01 1998 !!! > The examples I gave were tested with 1998... that > code hasn't changed between 1902 and 1998 anyway.. > it's fairly static. > > I have set the following environment: > > > > C:\>set cvs > > CVS_RSH="C:/Program Files/CVSNT/extnt.exe" > > > > This is what I get: > > > > C:\>cvs -d :ext:vcl134:/sw-aut ls > >  The parameter is incorrect. > > cvs ls: warning: unrecognized response `' from cvs server > > cvs [ls aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if > > any) > > > :ext: is working. It looks like there's something wrong with your SSPI > conection. > >  The parameter is incorrect. > Not sure what that one is... never seen it in production.. it implies a > system call has failed but there's probably no easy way of finding out > which one. > Your two commands aren't exactly equivalent - :ext: always sends a > username, whether you specify one or not, so it's doing the equivalent of: > cvs -d :sspi:user at vsll123:/sw-aut ls > Tony Yes, you are right. It's working if I using my production CVSNT server. But I have also running a CVSNT test server (vcl134) where I check any new CVS tool releases. I running in this problem when I use the client and the server on the same machine (vcl134). And yes, you are right if I use cvs -d :sspi:user at vcl134:/sw-aut I see the same error as with :ext:. At Microsoft I found the following: The 80090308 return code maps to SEC_E_INVALID_TOKEN, which means that a security token was found to be improperly formatted. But I have no idea why it's working without username, and NOT working with username (even when I force the domain name). Ernst