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<snip> Now I change the configuration: - I attach the workstation to a domain (via VPN) - I log on to the domain account (same name & password) - I have a recent CVSNT client - I try to update my sandbox This triggers the "cannot contact security authority" error and I guess it is because of two reasons: 1) VPN is not connected so my domain controller is unavailable 2) The CVSNT server is still on the workgroup... Solution: I had to change the CVSROOT of my sandbox to :sspi:user at server:/repo and then do a cvs login to save my credentials for the CVSNT server account in my Domain/account registry hive. But after this all operations on CVS work just fine! <end snip> I just wondered if you had pursued getting sspi to work over your VPN without doing a CVS login and specifying your user name in the cvsroot string? TIA, Rick > HTH > > /Bo > (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)