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Posted on 1998-10-07
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Where can I find working sample Gina source code for NT 4.0 server
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by:engkok
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thanks
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jufer earned 50 total points
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Hi engkok,
I had to write a new GINA and I have somewhere the information, but I need to search....

I'm back in an hour or so, please wait...

cheers,
jufer
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by:jufer
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Hi ,
I found the sample. The sample GINA.DLL and online documentation are available in the Windows NT Software Development Kit (SDK). It's on the MSDN at mk:@ivt:kb/Source/win32sdk/q142790.htm
or simple make a query with gina.
 
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