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Thanks Arthur, that is helpful. I was looking down the wrong path but I believe this is the issue. This server is on a subnet that does not have access to the internet. Does it cause any issue if these verifications can not be done? I can probably think of a way to have these calls return 'access denied' instead of just waiting for timeouts. -- Joe On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 3:21 PM, Arthur Barrett < arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote: > Joe, > > > I've got a similar problem to the one reported on this list a > > month ago but > > I didn't see a solution to it. I haven't had luck running > > the process as an > > Administrator instead of System like that person did. > > Basically every cvs > > command has about a 2:15 minute delay before there is a > > response. I've got > > "Don't resolve client names" checked and there is no > > anti-virus running. > > This is on a brand new virtual server that we just configured. > > 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 > > The gory technical detail is that the 2.5.04 DLLs are signed and on > startup the signature is verified (with Verisign) - if your DNS is > incorrectly configured thten this delays the loading of each of the the > protocol DLLs by 20-30 seconds. > > At least one other person was not able to correctly configure their DNS > to get this to operate and we have committed a fix to 2.5.05 for people > thus affected and will be releasing a new test MSI soon. > > Regards, > > > Arthur Barrett >