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How does a WINNT 4.0 stand alone server in an SCO Unix network running AFPS with Win95 clients effect user account information on the Unix box? How do they interact? I believe the account information comes directly from the Unix box.
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AFPS is simulating a NT Domain comtroller. you have to setup your UNIX machine as security provider for your NT server. for shares you hav to setup permissions like

UNIXDOMAIN\Administrators

so that explicitly points to domain UNIXDOMAIN. in addition you can enable local accounts to access this nt servers shares.

all domain accounts comes directly from UNIX.

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