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Does .net 2.0 have a class for NIS protocol?  If not, can someone point out  commerical component that I can purchase for this?

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Hi, I'm using VS2005, .net 2.0 and created a stand-alone windows application.  I need to connect to Unix server on the network to read in a couple of files from it.  I also am required to provide the user with all different protocols for user to select.  I found most of them except NIS.  Does .net 2.0 have a class for NIS protocol?  If not, can someone point out  commerical component that I can purchase for this?  Thanks.
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I think it is too high abstration level for NET.
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