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MikeStratoti wrote: > It does not appear that the SSPI acquired credentials are passed to the > launched process in such a way that the WinHTTP interface and related > security apparatus can use them. The script communicates properly when I > run the script interactively. The script receives a 403/Forbidden within a > CVSNT launched process. > > Any suggestions? That's because the Windows impersonation ability forbids it from taking that impersonated identity and using it again against another machine. It's a limitation in Windows -- You'll have to work out a way to do it either on the same machine or with fixed credentials and pass the current username to the script as information (for logging or whatever). Regards, -- Glen Starrett Technical Account Manager, North America March Hare Software, LLC http://march-hare.com/cvspro/