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David, Try: cvs -d :sspi:<IPAddressHere>:/Test ls You do not need to specify a password or user for the SSPI protocol it uses your windows credentials. If your CVSNT server is on a different domain then you may need to try: cvs -d :sspi:DOMAIN\user@<IPAddressHere>:/Test ls Manually define the CVSROOT connection string rather than use the WinCVS wizard. Regards, Arthur