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hi unix gurus

Does HpUx Support Nis+

If So , any Any Documentation Site available  Other than Docs.hp.com

Thanks in Advance
jai
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HP-UX 10.20 supports NIS, but not NIS+.
HP-UX 11.00 supports NIS and NIS+.
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dic is correct.  10.20 does not support NIS+.  At one point, NIS+ support was supposed to be added to 10.20 via an extension pack, but it was never included because it would have required too much stuff to change.  In particular, HP didn't want to break compatibility for third party software that was certified to run under 10.20.  If you need NIS+, then you need 11.00.  
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