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Can OS2 Warp map a drive to  Windows Storage Server 2003 R2?

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Our network file server is window 2003 storage serve 2003 R2 with TCP/IP. I read that there is NetBui support through Windows XP instllation CD  CD-Rom. Is it possible to map to a Windows share once NetBui is installed on the Window server? I have read there are some various solutions, however not very well documented solutions.
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Possible, but you may also have to degrade the security settings for logging on since OS2 will not support anything newer than NTLM ( maybe )

   
I hope this helps !
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