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At Friday 17/3/2006 15:04, Givler, Eric wrote: >C:\>net use >New connections will be remembered. > >There are no entries in the list. Be aware that there might be hidden connections; see http://blog.kynan.org/2006/01/29#060129-1631 >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 The question is, why is CVS looking for "administrator" when the user name is different? Maybe c-dgood is a local user; maybe there is a domain user with same name and different password. I would search for any trace of the word "administrator" in the whole /cvs directory. Using :sserver: may be an alternative. >C:\>type \\epitadw40\c$\cvs\jdev1012\cvsroot\passwd >dgood:H4L.QojwTlqjE:cwopa\c-dgood >CWOPA\egivler: >CWOPA\c-dgood: It seems like a mix between domain and local users. cvsnt has a "default domain", have you configured it? Gabriel Genellina Softlab SRL