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> " CVS [login aborted]: authorization failed: server 10.222.46.64 > rejected access to /mtep-p1 for user AnilalKG" Well, you have an authorization issue - for some reason the cvs login command didn't work - see below. >set path="C:\ProgramFiles\TortoiseCVS" set path=%path%;"C:\Program Files\TortoiseCVS" This way it appends the new directory, and does not overwrite the current path. >Set CVSROOT=:pserver:UserName at ComputerName:/Repository I'd use sspi and avoid to store username/password in a batch file. Just set the scheduled activity to run with the proper user. >CVS login -p UserName cvs login requires a password, not a username - anyway you could do it once outside the batch file - it's not very safe but safer than storing it there. >CVS -q Checkout -P Module checkout needs to be done once too - later an update is usually enough. -- Luigi D. Sandon