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Hello, On 7/14/05, Tobias Rodenbach <tr.mailinglists at gmail.com> wrote: > Hello, > > we are experiencing a strange effect. > Yesterday everybody could use CVS with a CVSROOT like > :pserver:<username>@cvs:<repository> > Yesterday evening I restarted the cvs server. > Today, one cannot login as described above but has to state the domain, i.e. > :pserver:<domain>\<username>@cvs:<repository> > > I am quite sure that it is not the fault of cvs but maybe I just need > some hint wich part of the configuration of cvsnt (2.0.58d) or the > Win2003 server is messed up.. Ok, it was as simple as it can be: The setting "Default Domain" in "Advanced" was not set (i.e. the field was empty). The question remains how this is possible, because after it is set, I can only set the domain or the name of the server, but never get the field empty again. Best regards Tobias