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Does anyone know a way I can see Netapp filers and samba servers from os/2?  
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Question by:sascec
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by:Otta
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Are you using NETBIOS over TCP/IP to communicate
with the SAMBA server?
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by:htw
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Hi sascec,
I don't know about NetApp filers, but if you can reach a Samba server from a Warp 4 workstation, you must be able to see this server in your Connections object.
Connections -> Network -> File and Print Client Resource Browser.

Hope this helps,
Erik

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elgisramon earned 100 total points
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You must to have installed in MPTS the TCPBEUI protocol.
Then you can see the net machines in the Connections folder.

To configure MPTS run MPTS from the command line.
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