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Dirk, Just a couple of quick additions to Tony's reply. > I'm using CVSNT 2.5.04 with Windows XP (server and client). I have > managed to set up a CVSNT server that authenticates users against a > Windows Server 2003 AD domain (I'm using the gserver protocol). Why are you using gserver? This is generally only needed when authenticating Linux clients, for Windows XP client to Windows 2003 server just use SSPI. If you want to limit it to kerberos only then use the properties of the SSPI plugin in the CVSNT Server control panel to set that preference. > I'd like to use NTFS permissions instead of CVSNT ACLs or > SystemAuth=no > and a passwd file because this would enable me to control repository > access through Active Directory. How? If you use SSPI then the users/groups all come from AD and so therefore so do the ACLs. Windows ACL's cannot control user access to branches because a branch is only a concept within CVSNT not within the file system. Regards, Arthur Barrett