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Hi Mark, > I installed CVS Suite v2.5.04.3236 this morning, and when > trying to run any command line options I get the following > error: It appears as though you have downloaded and installed CVSNT with CVS Suite Studio - "CVS Suite" is a different product and contains VS.NET integration, comprehensive documentation and versions of CVSNT that have been specifically tested and developed for commercial software development etc. It's a little confusing - basically what you get for 'free' is 'community content', if you need the documentation, support and full set of tools and QA tested product then you need to purchase it from the web site. > CVSROOT=c:\Program Files\CVS Suite\CVSNT Tools That's not really a valid CVSROOT - I've never seen anyone even try that before - I suppose it's an easy enough mistake to make, and the error message doesn't particularly help. CVSROOT is a 'connection string' that tells the client how to connect to the server, eg: :sspi:server.mydomain.net:/myrepository Regards, Arthur Barrett