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I'm using CVSNT (CVSNT) 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 (both client and server). I'm running the client on windows and the server is linux. I'm trying to automate a continuous build system. We're connecting using the :ssh: protocol. Is there a way I can store the password locally on the client and have it be picked up automatically when the cvs command is executed (without putting it in the cvsroot)? This runs unattended (no one is logged onto the cvs client), although it is running as a known user. I don't have putty installed other than the pieces which come with CVSNT. I would like the client machine to not require manual intervention if it is rebooted (I don't want to have to start the password agent and initialize the password for example). Is there a ".password" file I can use, or will public/private keys solve this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Mark