Neither cvsnt nor this manual is perfect, and they probably never will be. If you are having trouble using cvsnt, or think you have found a bug, there are a number of things you can do about it. Note that if the manual is unclear, that can be considered a bug in the manual, so these problems are often worth doing something about as well as problems with cvsnt itself.
March Hare Software provide worldwide support including toll free numbers for telephone support in the USA, UK and Australia. Security update notification, patches, installation and training are also included. March Hare can guarantee this support because the people who have been developing CVS since 1999 work for us.
At the time of writing, quality-assured builds of CVSNT are available from US$152 with many additional integrations (eg: Bugzilla, Mantis, Jira, Visual Studio NET) and extensive documentation and a range of support SLAs (Service Level Agreements) are available for an additional change. On site services such as training and installation are also available worldwide.
cvsnt has an active network of volunteers. If you want to help them to fix any bugs that you report please report as much information as possible about your system and which version of cvsnt that you are using on the CVSNT newsgroup
If you got cvsnt through a distributor, such as an operating system vendor or a vendor of freeware cd-roms, you may wish to see whether the distributor provides support. Often, they will provide no support or minimal support, but this may vary from distributor to distributor.
If you have the skills and time to do so, you may wish to fix the bug yourself. If you wish to submit your fix for inclusion in future releases of cvsnt.
There may be resources on the net which can help. A good place to start is: