I installed copssh on a Windows 2003 server, and this server plus many others won't actually have local accounts that need to access it, but rather domain accounts. I tested changing the activate.sh to look for the account in the domain and add it if it finds it in the domain using the -d switch on mkpasswd. I didn't, however, do anything with groups. It runs ok, creates the passwd entry, the home directory with .ssh directory and correct permissions, but when the user tries to ssh from another system, they get the error: Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer. Using the -v switch from ssh doesn't show me much different except that it does do the connection. Is there still something I have to activate for domain users on the Windows side? I am a Unix system administrator, not Windows, so I'm not sure what it is looking for. Any help is appreciated, we have a major project depending on it!