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I have a NT 4.0 as PDC and Proxy Server I have many Macintosh as proxy clients and they have error in FTP Service and pop mail.
The error message in Ftp service is:
Error password the user cannot login

The error message in pop mail is:
Server refused conection. The server may be not accepting conections o the server may be busy. Retry later

What is wrong in the server or in th MAcintosh client?

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I just read recently that it is a bug in the NT 4 SP1 that causes this. Ill see if i can dig up the article again.
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Yes here we go... http://www.macwindows.com/MSProxy.html

That includes setup, config, bugs, all the info you could ever want.
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Thanks weed!!!
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