[cvsnt] how to able a disabled account

3c seiki_ohnuki at 3circles.biz
Sun Feb 4 05:19:23 GMT 2007

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I don't know anything about sspi at this point and don't know the difference 
between sspi and pserver.  Only I've known was that sspi seems to be more 
suitable for Windows environment, but I didn't know why and how to use it 
instead of pserver.  So, I'm going to learn sspi now.  If you know any good 
resouce to learn it, please let me know.

Thank you for your help.


"Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message 
news:eq1rjl$o8h$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> 3c wrote:
>> If you mean system adminstrator is for Windows system, I'm the one.  I 
>> looked at the  user status of testuser on Windows Computer Management 
>> utility and the account was not disabled.  Also, I think cvs should not 
>> change system user's status.  What I thought prior was that testuser 
>> account
> cvs doesn't - that's the point - it asks the system for login credentials 
> and enforces the restrictions on that account.
> Make sure that testuser can for example read a network drive on the 
> server.
> As Bo mentioned, using pserver on a purely windows environment is probably 
> not worth it - just use sspi and treat it like any other network service.
> Tony 

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