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Michael, > Under digital signatures, info.dll shows the following record: > Name of signer: March Hare Software Ltd . . . > When I go to details, I can see a Countersignature > Name: VeriSign Time Stamping Servics Signer - G2 That all looks correct... > > Under Advanced I can see that the version is V2. > I don't know what that's about - I don't see any 'advanced' tab on the properties dialog. There is an advanced button but it doesn't give any version numbers in there. Maybe you have some explorer shell extension installed? If the server is unable to contact verisign to confirm the validity of the countersignature then it results in the CVSNT server running really slowly (as has been reported here many times), but not the server identifying that the DLL is unsigned. If you are running any anti-virus, try turning it off and retrying the operation - if it works then please advise which anti-virus you are using. If you are using some shell extensions please advise what they are (ie: what is providing the 'advanced' tab on the properties dialog in windows explorer). Finally please run 'cvsdiag' on the server and send just the end part, eg: AV files detected: (none) Installed Winsock protocols: 1003: MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP] 1004: MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP] 1001: RSVP UDP Service Provider 1002: RSVP TCP Service Provider 1012: MSAFD AppleTalk [ADSP] 1013: MSAFD AppleTalk [ADSP] [Pseudo Stream] 1014: MSAFD AppleTalk [PAP] 1015: MSAFD AppleTalk [RTMP] 1016: MSAFD AppleTalk [ZIP] 1098: VMCI sockets DGRAM 1099: VMCI sockets STREAM Regards, Arthur