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2007/5/4, Flávio Etrusco <flavio.etrusco at gmail.com>: > So, the obvious answer is, you must set up access on the repository to > your server/remote user. Thanks - that is indeed obvious. And I already did that: created a group cvs where all cvs users belong to and granted full access for the repository folders to that group. That works quite good apart from the cited error message when using "cvs update -P". So I still don't know what tokens cannot be opened (see logs) and why "." cannot be checked if I'm not Administrator on the server. Regards Ulf