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Hi, I'm using CVSNT v. 2.0.51d with the repository configured on Windows 2003 server and Windows XP Pro clients (WinCVS 220.127.116.11). The authentication protocol is sspi. Initially everything goes well, up until when the user needs to change his password on the server (due to expired password for instance). From that point on any cvs operation ends with error "cvs [xxxxxxx aborted]: Authentication protocol rejected access". Tried cvs logout and then login with new password, but to no avail. However, things go back to normal if password on the server is forcefully set back to its original value. It seems like the password is cached somewhere where it cant be changed. I tried looking in various places, and, apart from failed login events in Windows Event log, found these messages in the PASSWRD.LOG file on the server: "10/24 11:58:43 Attempting password change server/domain SERVER01 for user USER01". Which kinda supports "caching" guess... What can be the reasons and how this can be fixed? or am I doing something totally wrong? Any help or pointers will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Alex. ________________________________________________________________________ The information in this e-mail, and any attachment therein, is confidential and for use by the addressee only. If you are not the intended recipient, please return the e-mail to the sender and delete it from your computer. Although The Bank of New York attempts to sweep e-mail and attachments for viruses, it does not guarantee that either are virus-free and accepts no liability for any damage sustained as a result of viruses.