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Yes, just one domain controller. Thanks for your help. It seems to be quite a weird problem and I have no resolution. All new users are unable to commit regardless that they have appropriate NTFS permissions. Here's more information about my setup: 1. We are using SSPI. CVSNT Server is setup to impersonate the user. 2. We have the following domain groups: CvsAdmins - can create new modules, do everything CvsUsersRO - read only, no commits CvsUsersRW - can commit, but not create new modules 3. We have the following directory structure: F:\CvsRoot -- Root for all repositories F:\CvsRoot\Repo1 -- a repository F:\CvsRoot\Repo1\Module1 -- a module within Repo1 F:\CvsTemp -- temp directory Again, this has been working fine until we noticed the other day that a few new users couldn't commit. Older users CAN commit. Both users belong to the exact same Windows Groups. If anyone else has some ideas I would greatly appreciate them! Thanks, Ryan Peter Crowther wrote: >> From: Ryan >> I'm not familiar with this tool but I was able to locate it in the >> Windows Server 2003 Support Tools package. > > Yes, that's the one. > >> I ran it on the Domain >> Controller and everything passed. I also installed the >> support tools on >> the CVS box and ran it. Again, everything passed. > > OK. And, just to check, you've just got the one domain controller? If so, this definitely won't be the problem. > >> I made sure to use the "/c" switch to ensure that all tests were run. >> >> Am I doing something wrong? > > No, that sounds fine. > >> Any other ideas? > > I'm scratching my head - but I'm not a CVS guru, merely someone who knows a bit about Windows infrastructure! I'll step aside and let the big guns have a go now ;-). > > - Peter