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Boyd, Thanks for your reply. That was a hint. I tried to disable the Microsoft Indexing Service for the CVS repository folders on the server as well as the checkout folders on the client. Unfortunately, I get the same error message. I can't shut down the Virus Software because I don't have the admin rights on client and server to do that. How did you resolve the problem in the past? Is there something I missed for disabling the Indexing Service (like other folders or the way to disable it)? Can I ever get rid of the message without shutting down the Virus Scanner? Thanks, Ben > I see a variation of that message a lot on clients. It's generally caused > by some background process running on the client that is locking directories > that cvs update -P is trying to prune. The usual suspect is Microsoft > Indexing Service, but anti-virus or other such scanners can also cause it. > Arthur, is it possible that the message is really reporting a client > error? Or perhaps an error with an automatic checkout process on the > server? > Boyd -- Ist Ihr Browser Vista-kompatibel? Jetzt die neuesten Browser-Versionen downloaden: http://www.gmx.net/de/go/browser