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Hi Bo, > >I would normally have SSPI enabled but as I was testing using the > >'local' protocol I disabled everything I shouldn't need in > an attempt to > >limit what could be causing the problem. > > > > Just came in here and saw this statement. I just *have* to react! > > If you are using the "local" protocol from the client then you are > effectively *bypassing* the server Yes the thread originally started off as a bug report on SSPI though, so even though by this point we were testing with local I was still thinking about the original problem. Also local was working fine until the network cable was plugged in... > In my view local should not ever be used and should really be removed > from the cvs client totally I agree, and in CVSNT 2.5.05 windows builds it will be disabled by default, as indeed will ext. Both ext and local are required on linux/unix/mac for reasons I'm too tired to go into. Regards, Arthur