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Hello there, I've recently been posting an authentication issue on the TortoiseCVS mailing lists, when attempting to create a new module within a CVSNT repository from the TortoiseCVS client. Glen Starret, a member of both that mailing list and this CVSNT one has been helping me out a lot, and believes this is an issue with CVSNT rather than TortoiseCVS. For example, I opened a port to 2401 through my firewall, and have successfully connected to it via Telnet. I know it therefore cannot be a connectivity issue, as this is my port for CVSNT. Below is the output from cvsdiag.exe. Glen has taken a look and noticed that I'm missing the "CA Certificate File" and "Private Key File". Glen suspects this may be down to a problem with the CVSNT installer. If anyone could advise further here, then that'd be great. Finally, to give you the bigger picture, I'm running both CVSNT server and TortoiseCVS client on the same Windows XP Home Laptop. I am running Norton Antivirus, but have disabled this. I am prepared to uninstall it, as I recently restored my laptop to factory default to send it away for a warranty repair, and am not at all impressed with Norton AV. I usually use Bitdefender. Thanks in advance for any help. James CVSNT Diagnostic output ----------------------- Server version: 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2151 OS Version: Windows XP 5.1.2600 (Service Pack 2) CVS Service installed: Yes LockService installed: Yes :pserver: installed: Yes :sserver: installed: Yes :gserver: installed: Yes :server: installed: Yes :ssh: installed: Yes :sspi: installed: Yes :ext: installed: Yes Installation Path: C:\Program Files\CVSNT\ Repository 0 Path: C:/CVS/repository_ICALM Repository 0 Name: /CVS/repository_ICALM Repository 1 Path: (no value) Repository 1 Name: (no value) Repository 2 Path: (no value) Repository 2 Name: (no value) Repository 3 Path: (no value) Repository 3 Name: (no value) CVS Temp directory: C:\WINDOWS\TEMP CA Certificate File: (no value) Private Key File: (no value) Local Users Only: No Default LockServer: localhost:2402 Disable Reverse DNS: No Server Tracing: Yes Case Sensitive: No Server listen port: 2401 Compatibility (Non-cvsnt clients): Report old CVS version: No Hide extended status: No Emulate co -n bug: Yes Ignore client wrappers: No Compatibility (CVSNT clients): Report old CVS version: No Hide extended status: No Emulate co -n bug: No Ignore client wrappers: No Default domain: J-087D0D8EDC Force run as user: J-087D0D8EDC\James Temp dir readable by current user: Yes Repository0 readable by current user: Yes Temp dir writable by current user: Yes AV files detected: NAVAPSVC.EXE Installed Winsock protocols: 1001: MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP] 1002: MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP] 1004: RSVP UDP Service Provider 1005: RSVP TCP Service Provider