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Glen Starrett schreef: >> CVS runs as client user, the default setting. > > Did you restart your server after installing CVSNT? That's the only > other thing that I can think of offhand (and it's the solution for the > last time I recall seeing this...) > > http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2005-March/017897.html > > Follow that thread if it doesn't work out (e.g. check the system account > privileges, etc.) > > Regards, > No luck. Here's what I did step-by-step: - Install CVSNT, leave all settings default - Reboot - Create test-repository - Disable pserver - Generate key files for sserver - Create new system user cvsuser - Add cvsuser to group 'Administrators' - set cvsroot=:sserver:localhost:/test - cvs login (login with system credentials) - cvs passwd -a -r cvsuser testuser - set cvsroot=:sserver:testuser at localhost:/test - cvs login At this point, I am presented with the following: Fatal error, aborting. cvs [login aborted]: cvsuser: Switch to user failed due to configuration error Contact your System Administrator. Maybe this will help you identify my problem? Maybe there's something wrong with the process I'm going through? - John