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Is there a way to migrate user accounts and data to sled 10 from netware 4.11?

Posted on 2008-06-13
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I have a very old custom program written in visual foxpro 2.5( no source code) the user accounts is   netware based and this is where the custom program looks for to authenticate user access to the program.  Now, if i migrate to linux suse 10.1 will suse emulate these accounts as it were netware based? or does the program need to be re-written? like i said we don't have the source code.

Or can i migrate to microsoft server 2003?
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The program as written will probably not work with Linux or Windows, as it likely uses NDS to authenticate.   You should look at upgrading to OES2.  Suse Linux kernel, but it has all the NDS bits added on as well.
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