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I'm going to install a couple of wokstations with Windows NT4 workststion on a Novell netware 3.12 network.

Q: Is it possible under NT4WS to get the loginID's from the novell server (like win95), otherwise i have to create double user ID's on each station to enable logon.

Maybe this will be solved when installing novell's intranetware ?

Your repsonse would be appriciated,

Regards,

Jeroen van Bergen
The Netherlands
jvbergen@worldonline.nl
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The way I have done this so far, it to use enable a novell login script. I have decieded to add a Novel v.4.11 server to the mix here to see if I can find a cleaner sollution.

While the login script is automagic, it does mean extra work for admin folks (us!)

I will let you know if I find a cleaner solution with 4.11

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Yes, your NT workstation(s) can be the client of a Novell server. You must install IPX/SPX (NWLINK) and the CSNW (ClientService for Netware). You also may want to install GSNW (Gateway service for Netware). I am not sure if these products are included with the standard NT distribution. Maybe you need Microsoft services for netware. There is more info to this in the resourcekit.
You can also make your netware clients login at a NT-server. For this you must install FPNW (File and Print services for netware)


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