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For the record, we were also unable to get this to work. Unfortunately, I'm not a network person at all and I don't have that level of administrative access to this machine. It's hosted remotely. The networking tech support person read your emails, we worked together for several hours. None of his fixes work. If you've come up with other things that have worked in the mean time that might be helpful, that would be great. The CVSNT server is still set up so if there are diagnostics you would like me to run to assist you in fixing this problem for others I'm willing to do so. Otherwise, I think we're going to have to find some other solution. Our old server is dying and we need to make this happen a week ago. Thanks Joelle Arthur Barrett wrote: > Joelle, > > >> We are moving our test server (which also hosts our cvs >> repository) from >> an old physical box to a virtual box. The cvs server on the virtual >> server is running unacceptably slow. I need help figuring out why. >> > > Read this thread all the way through to the end. It contains > instructions how to diagnose the problem and also the most common reason > for the cause (DNS problems with verifying the signature on the EXE and > DLLs): > http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2008-October/031355.html > > At least one other person was not able to correctly configure their DNS > to get this to operate and we are working on a further update for people > thus affected. > > Regards, > > > Arthur Barrett > > -- The first 90% of the code accounts for the first 90% of the development time. The remaining 10% of the code accounts for the other 90% of the development time. - Tom Cargill of Bell Labs