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Hello. "Mike Kay" <mikekay at channelk.ca> wrote in message news:mailman.108.1237999278.1495.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... > 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! > > > > > >