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Hi, Is it possible to use CVSNT with sserver with self-signed client certificates? I've set up CVSNT to use sserver (with a Windows 2003 server) and I would ideally like to be able to use sserver with client certificates, but as far as I can make out this does not work with self-signed certificates. Is there any possibility that future versions of cvsnt might have a configurable option to allow this? If I am able to get a proper certificate (yes, I've tried cacert.org, but that installs the certificate in my browser, which isn't much use to me - I want it with the key pair in a .pem file like genkey produces) then how do I get cvsnt to use it correctly? What I have been trying is to use the following for cvsroot :sserver;key='c:\mykey.pem':user at server: (where c:\mykey.pem is my key pair file generated with genkey on the client) and then I paste the certificate/public key part of mykey.pem into the cvsnt-default.pem file on the server. This gives an "SSL connection failed (0): error:14094412:SSL routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert bad certificate" error. Any help appreciated. regards, Charles _________________________________________________________________ Discover fun and games at @ http://xtramsn.co.nz/kids