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Hi @ll, I'm configuring a CVS server and I'm having a little problems about remote connections, I will describe the whole process implemented by me then you can tell me in which step I fail: 1.- Download and install "cvsnt-server-2.5.04.3510.msi" 2.- Create a folder: "C:\CVSrepositories" 3.- Open CVSNT Control Panel stop services. 4.- Add repositories. 5.- Set the domain from (default) to "MyDomain" 6.- Start services in the about tab. 7.- Run command prompt, and "set cvsroot=:sspi:MyDomain:/CVSrepositories" 8.- In Command Prompt cvs login 9.- There is no error (Until here everything is fine on local machine), then cvs logout. 10.- cvs passwd -a User1 (First, of course, I create an user in domain MyDomain) 11.- Again set cvsroot=:pserver:User1 at MyDomain:/CVSRepositories 12.- cvs login 13.- Everything cool, cvs logout. 14.- Let's reset cvsroot once again, set cvsroot=:pserver:User1 at IP-ADDRESS :/CVSRepositories 15.- cvs login 16.- Error, I changed the cvsroot to "set cvsroot=:pserver:MyDomain\User1 at IP-ADDRESS:/CVSRepositories" and does not work. Also i tried to add the user with -r option and does not work, too. Please help, I'm getting crazy, I hope this steps are enough clear in order to understand my problem and help me, anyway do not hesitate in ask me for any clarification. Thanks in advance and Regards, Daniel Branco