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Arthur- [I have changed the name of the directory etc. for security etc.] > Each sandbox has the information - > if you rename the repository alias you need to checkout a fresh copy - Things are getting really strange. I created a new sandbox directory, and checked out the latest branch, RELEASE_5-01-2008. That went fine. I edited stock.aspx.vb, then tried a commit, using the same command you showed me: cvs ci -m "test commit" and the results: cvs server: nothing known about `-m' cvs server: nothing known about `test commit' cvs server: nothing known about `--' cvs server: Examining clientwebsite cvs [server aborted]: correct above errors first! It's as if CVSNT isn't recognizing an in-line commit message! So I tried without the inline message, adding the message into Notepad when CVSNT prompted me: cvs ci cvs server: nothing known about `-m' cvs [server aborted]: Couldn't open RCS file /clientwebsite/Another test commit ,v: Invalid argument cvs commit: saving log message in C:\Users\Andy\AppData\Local\Temp\cvs80F5.tmp "Another test commit" is the text I entered into Notepad and saved! Yet CVSNT seems to think it's a file name! I even tried not adding anything to the message in Notepad, just closing Notepad. After being prompted again, I pressed "c" to continue without a log message, and got: cvs server: nothing known about `-m' cvs server: nothing known about `--' etc. Am I losing my mind here???? Thanks, -Andrew