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thanks for the assistance so far, unfortunately, I'm no better off now, and seem to be stuck in a blind alley!! I uninstalled and rebooted to remove both CVSNT and tortoiseCVS, so that I could start afresh, fully. Unfortunately, as soon as I reinstalled and rebooted, all the settings were back to where I'd left them. I need to persuade the source folder to forget the repo it was looking at, and use the new one, set up after the reinstall. is there a way to clean out all the old settings? -----Original Message----- From: Peter Crowther [mailto:Peter.Crowther at melandra.com] Sent: 20 March 2006 17:05 To: Brereton, Stephen Subject: RE: [cvsnt] Getting CVSNT working on Win2k > From: Brereton, Stephen [mailto:stephen.brereton at york.gov.uk] > location > E:/councilnetcvs/intranet.york.gov.uk > > i.e. a drive/folder path on the server > > Name > /councilnetcvs > > It won't let me kill the "/" > > description > > councilnet > > publish/default/online all ticked OK. So you should be able to use a CVSROOT of :sspi:server1:/councilnetcvs - is that what you're using? - Peter * * * * * * * * * * * * This communication is from City of York Council. The information contained within, and in any attachment(s), is confidential and legally privileged. It is for the exclusive use of the intended recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s), please note that any form of distribution, copying or use of this communication, or the information within, is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Equally, you must not disclose all, or part, of its contents to any other person. If you have received this communication in error, please return it immediately to the sender, then delete and destroy any copies of it. City of York Council disclaims any liability for action taken in reliance on the content of this communication.