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> Since it's SSPI the standard security auditing will give more > information server side. cvsnt itself doesn't know > necessarily why the > login failed. OK. Maybe I'll find out someday what changed with SP1. For now I am up and running again with :fork: It's strange because the Security Audit did not report any failures. CruiseControl had an intriguing exception: ThoughtWorks.CruiseControl.Core.CruiseControlException: Source control operation failed: cvs [server aborted]: can't create temporary directory F:\CVSTEMP/cvs-serv3952: Permission denied . Process command: C:\Program Files\cvsnt\cvs.exe -d :sspi:<my hostname>:\cvsroot -q log -N -b "-d>2005-07-29 13:25:44 GMT" at <rest of line snipped> I set the file permissions wide open on both cvstemp and cvsroot, adding local service and everyone and giving full control, but it had no effect. Regards, David Nadle