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On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:45:04 +0100, Bo Berglund <bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote: >On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 19:31:38 +0100, Bo Berglund ><bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote: > >>On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 13:04:59 -0500, "Givler, Eric" >><egivler at state.pa.us> wrote: >> >>>Here's a log from his machine in DOS: >>> >>>C:\>net use >>>New connections will be remembered. >>> >>>There are no entries in the list. >>> >>> >>>C:\>set cvsroot >>>CVSROOT=:sspi:epitadw40.pa.lcl:/cvs/jdev1012 >>> >>>C:\>cvs login >>>Logging in to :sspi:c-dgood at epitadw40.pa.lcl:2401:/cvs/jdev1012 >>>CVS password: >>>cvs [login aborted]: no such user administrator in CVSROOT/passwd >> >>WRONG! >>You NEVER cvs login when you use the connection string on the format >> :sspi:server:/repo >>In these case cvs always uses the current login on the workstation you >>are running cvs on. > >OK, OK.... >I did not notice the @ in the middle of the CVSROOT.... >I was too hasty. > >In this case you must have an account "c-dgood" on the >server"epitadw40.pa.lcl" or the domain it is connected to, otherwise >it won't work. > From: Givler, Eric [mailto:egivler at state.pa.us] (Sent in private to me instead of to the list, do not do this!) Sent: den 17 mars 2006 22:03 To: bo.berglund Cc: Good, Don Subject: RE: [cvsnt] Re: SSPI commits to repository saved underauthor:administrator Importance: High <=== WHY????? I'm not sure I'm getting you at all on this. 1. All three machines are members of the same domain. 2. All three machines have each person login as their domain account, not administrator 3. I cannot login to the CVS server using any account OTHER than my own from my machine or I get an error Here's a log of all of the tries from my machine in DOS. I run windows 2000 sp4: --- Had to snip this because the cvsnt list has a limit of 8 k -- ----- My reply (that bounced because of the snipped part ---- If you just send me your posts in private you cannot expect much answers.. It is rather much better for you to send them to the list instead. I will see them there since I am checking the newsserver regularly and others will also see them with perhaps a bit more ideas than I have. My take is that SSPI *always* worked for me without exception. The only time I had problems was when using pserver and that was caused by the fact that the *path to* the repository folders was locked down even though the actual repository folders themselves had enough access priviliges for the intended operations. /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)