Our CVS server and CVS client are on different PCs. There is a Windows service on the client that runs a batch file, and the batch exports files from the CVS server. The batch supplies CVSROOT to CVS server, and that CVSROOT is
The service runs, but CVS rejects the user, doesn't matter userA is known to CVS and can checkout by other means (from command line). Here is the error message:
cvs [export aborted]: authorization failed: server CvsServer rejected access to /CvsRepo for user MYDOMAIN\userA.
But CVS does not reject userA if the service is logged on as another user.
Let me summarize. When service logs on as userB and tries to access CVS as userA, it works fine. But CVS barks if both service log on and CVS user are userA!
We cannot find how these two users differ, they both are administrators.
Any idea, advice will be appreciated.