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James, > I have the following Windows variables set: > > CVSROOT= > :ext:<my_user_name>:<my_password>@###.###.###.###:/home/cvsroot > CVS_RSH= c:\bin\plink.exe > > > C:\01_workspace>cvs -d > :ext:jsugent:imfree66 at 188.8.131.52:/home/cvsroot checkout Jim_Test Firstly you would be better off searching the past newsgroup posts about using eclipse and extnt.ini. Secondly it is very dangerous to specify passwords in CVSROOT, use ssh keys instead (just google search: ssh keys putty). This simple version will work, but you then need to create ssh keys to allow for password free login: cvs -d :ssh:jsugent at x.x.x.x:/cvsrepo checkout Jim_Test CVSNT has an inbuilt putty client so you do not need plink.exe and CVS_RSH, however to use a sandbox from both Eclipse AND CVSNT then you will need to work out how to use extnt.ini Regards, Arthur Barrett