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Gaurav, > The only thing I can conclude is that there > is no port problem. I do not think the problem is related to ports. The problem is the config setting of passwd or Pserver. Your SystemAuth ---> 'SystemAuth=yes' and the passwd ---> : cvs:XdmuQ8SRTP8U2 look like they are not correct, usually if SystemAuth=yes you do NOT use passwd and if SystemAuth=no then you will have passwd with an alias (which you do not have). Debugging CVSNT server installs is a matter of making it simpler and working, then add all the fancy stuff later. Try testing your server with a 'real' user, eg: Unix client: cvs -d :ext:myuser at server:/repo rls Windows client: cvs -d :ssh:myuser at server:/repo rls > cvs -z9 -d :pserver:cvs at 10.5.68.161:/CVSROOT login > Logging in to :pserver:cvs at 10.5.68.161:2401:/CVSROOT > cvs [login aborted]: /CVSROOT: no such repository > ***** CVS exited normally with code 1 ***** Don't use the name CVSROOT: ANYWHERE EVER AGAIN ANYTIME for a user, repository, alias, module, daughter, pet. Or CVSNT, or CVS. Try calling your user 'repo_user' and your repository /repo. CVS, CVSNT and CVSROOT are reserved words - they are never to be used. > Repository0=/usr/local/cvsrep/ > Repository0Name=/usr/local/cvsrep/ > LockServer=localhost:2402 > 1 = cvsnt (cvsnt client, wincvs, tortoisecvs, etc.) That last line is not a valid setting. Regards, Arthur Regards, Arthur