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RE: Authentication Error while trying to access CVS from Eclipse.

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: Authentication Error while trying to access CVS from Eclipse.
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 22:59:28 +1000

For questions about CVSNT please refer to the CVSNT newsgroup:
Since the pserver method writes the username (including domain) into the sandbox, I think you will need to check out the sandbox again to reset it (or hack the CVS\CVSROOT files).  If the CVSNT server is running on a Windows computer which is a part of the new domain then the domain name may not be necessary.  CVSNT server running on Unix/Linux will always require the domain name when authenticating against Active Directory.
Arthur Barrett
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From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Dey Arindam, Milton Keynes
Sent: Wednesday, 30 March 2005 8:57 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Authentication Error while trying to access CVS from Eclipse.

Hi all,

This issue is related to using CVS from Eclipse using PSERVER method.
We could access CVS from Eclipse and things were fine ...till the point when the our DOMAIN name got changed i.e. all were migrated to different DOMAIN.

Now, accessing CVSNT from WinCVS (using SSPI) is just OK as before but from Eclipse (using PSERVER) prompts error message stating Authentication error....also when using SSH from Eclipse ..we get a timed out message...

Any clues......

Thanks in advance....


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