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SSLogin.exe......where is it?

SSLogin.exe......where is it?

SSLogin.exe......where is it?

Hi all!
I have found some VSS Utilities,( such analyze.exe,testlock.exe,ssarc.exe,etc.) but i can't find SSLogin.exe. Where is it?
I try to search it in my pc and in my cd of VSS, but nothing.
I hope that someone help me.
Thanks a lot,

RE: SSLogin.exe......where is it?

Hi Giotto,

I installed SourceSafe 5.0 to my server using the "server" option in the setup program.  This put SSLogin.exe in the Win32 directory, alongside the other utilities that you have found.

I then used NetSetup.exe on the server to install SourceSafe on my hard drive; this time SSLogin.exe appears in the "SourceSafe" directory (again, alonside the other utilities).

Unfortunately I no longer have the installation CD so I can't check out anything there.  I don't know why you have some utilities but not SSLogin.exe - is a reinstall possible (back first though, won't you!)?


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