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Ryan, > CVSROOT=:sspi:cvs.mydomain.com:/cvsroot/repo1 Try the following from outside any sandbox, eg: c:\ - I've numbered each command in case the e-mail comes out with odd linebreaks: 1. cvs -d :sspi:cvs.mydomain.com:/cvsroot/repo1 logout 2. cvs -d :pserver:cvs.mydomain.com:/cvsroot/repo1 login Password: <use your windows password> 3. cvs -d :pserver:cvs.mydomain.com:/cvsroot/repo1 co -d test module1/source/VA.MM.Web.Controls/Login 4. cd test 5. cvs ci -f -m "" Login.cs 6. cvs logoiut Does that work? > Why is CVS adding a "," prefix to the filename? Don't worry about it - it's normal. > I don't understand how this is even happening. I think it's time to enable clients are allowed to trace server and get a trace of a working client and a non working one and compare the results (use winmerge or something) when you find the bits that are different post the excerpt to the newsgroup. Regards, Arthur