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RSH from Unix to RSH service on NT

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I have started the remote shell service on our PDC.  How do I enable access to it from a Unix shell?  What is the syntax for the .rhosts file (I have created one in system32\drivers\etc)?
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ahoffmann earned 150 total points
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systax is the same as for UNIX:

host user [user ..]

BTW, there is a rshsvc.txt ;)
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