[cvsnt] unable to login using SSPI protocol
victorvilas at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 14:57:20 BST 2010
thank you for the response..
i added my domain and also shared the repository file using the everyone
now all the users in the domain can access the repository without any
any suggestion regarding this is highly appreciated.
On 31 March 2010 18:11, Arthur Barrett <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com>wrote:
> > what i need to do is that CVSNT should allow all the users on
> > the network
> > able to login their user names.. i.e i want to login through
> > the domain.
> That is what CVSNT does by default. Either:
> * your network is broken, eg:
> + your workstations are not members of a domain
> + your client and server pc's are not time synchronised
> + you have no working DNS
> * you have used 'cvs login'
> * you have changed the default CVSNT Server settings to something that
> doesn't work
> Simplest install procedure:
> * install new windows server 2008 r2 domain controller
> * install cvs suite 2009 (server)
> * reboot
> * let wizard guide you to create repository
> (do not alter any other setings)
> * install new windows 7 workstation (join domain)
> * install cvs suite 2009 (client)
> * reboot
> * let wizard guide you to import/create sandbox, or
> * start cvs suite studio
> * browse to server on left side
> * browse to folder on right side
> * drag folder from right to left to import
> * drag folder from left to right to create sandbox
> If you already have windows installed the whole process should take
> about 30 minutes.
> If you have old CVSNT installations and you've fiddled with settings or
> experimented with 'login' then those settings wont ever disappear
> unfortunately. You could delete the registry keys HKLM\Software\Cvs or
> use a new PC...
> Arthur Barrett
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