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Greetings. I think I am getting somewhere - but I'm not sure. Here is I hope to accomplish. I have coders located in remote locations. They need to be able to connect up the the CVS server, check in code, check out code, and most importantly merge code. I then backup the code from the CVS server. My setup: I have a CVS server set up behind a firewall. This server is a win 2003 box. I have CVSNT installed on this box and a repository defined. In this directory is code that has been FTPd there. I believe I have the ports opened on both the firewall and the CVS server. I KNOW the CVS server port is opened. Double checking the firewall. So I'm trying to log in using WinCVS. Just login. I go to Admin - login. I click the button ... CVSROOT is selected. The next dialog box opens up and I have numerous options. Here is how I'm setup: Protocol - sspi Username/password - I have checked to make sure that the username is valid, the password is valid, and the user has rights to the root dir of the CVS. On the CVSNT machine under the Server Settings Tab I have the Run as user set to the same user as I am trying to log on as. Hostname: I am not sure what to put here. If I enter the public IP that I believe I should be using, then I get the following error message:CVS exited normally with code 0. So I tried adding a new repository under the remote dropdown. I added all the same information for a remote repository. I get the following error message:Protocol error: Root request missing. I have tried reading the documentation - it is not oriented to Windows users well. I am UNDER the gun by my bosses to get this working. Any help - suggestions,links, or advice would be MORE than appreciated. If you need any more information, please let me know. Thank you!