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mac user cannot access novell server

Posted on 2010-09-21
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I have a Mac user who needs to mount a novell server. he is set up with an id and password that will log on a regular novell log in screen. when trying to access a novell server thru finder->go->server and when i put in the address, it says wrong credentials. however, when I log in the same way, it works. so i'm thinking the question is: where is the permission not set to log in to novell?
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You don't mention the Netware / Novell version, nor the protocol used.

Here's an excellent article about troubleshooting AFP login issues:

http://www.novell.com/communities/node/7080/example-troubleshooting-afp-nmas-issues
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netware 4.91 and the protocol is TCP/IP
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i needed to define a simple password
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