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Hi, i have read that cvsnt prefers to store passwords in the windows registry and not in the file .cvspass. Since we have clients on Unix machines and there is no such beast as a registry what are the alternatives besides giving the password as part of the repository specification (-d :pserver:user:password at host:/repositoryname)? I'd rather not use this option. regards Dirk -- Psst! Geheimtipp: Online Games kostenlos spielen bei den GMX Free Games! http://games.entertainment.web.de/de/entertainment/games/free