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Arthur, No - you need to look into extnt.ini like I already suggested, it's a better > more generic solution and has been discussed here before (that way an > eclipse user can use sspi or ssh or pserver) and extnt.ini is a 'user > modifiable' file wheras protocol_map.ini really isn't. Eclipse already supports ssh & pserver - with built-in pure-java implementation. The only need to use extnt.ini is sspi protocol. Why protocol_map.ini is not a user modifiable? What is it for? > > CVSNT saves > > passwords in registry with the "cvs login" command. > > No again. The registry is ONLY used for storing pserver passwords which > are insecure anyway. Registry is used to save password when one issues "cvs login" command. So, in my registry there are saved passwords for ssh and sspi. Alex