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> But i dont have permissions for upgrading > CVS to CVSNT. Please contact the CVS newsgroup with your questions, CVSNT is Not CVS: http://savannah.nongnu.org/mail/?group=cvs Switching version control systems is not something that should be done without careful planning and clearly defined expectations to ensure that there is a real benefit for the cost. Many people find that after evaluating the effectiveness of their current version control in their CM process compared with CVSNT that there are real tangible measurable benefits to upgrading, whether it be from failsafe audit, user-defined change sets, merge tracking, access control lists, integrated enterprise authentication (sspi, pam etc), commit id's (what svn calls atomic commits), rename, multi-repositories/multi-site or from the wide number of CM Methodoligies supported (reserved, distributed, centralised, unreserved) or whether it be from the availability of commercial support and training services. Regards, Arthur Barrett