Yes or No
glauche at plum.de
Thu Jul 15 08:45:25 GMT 1999
Hendrik den Hartog wrote:
> I'm a teacher whose responsibility includes looking after the Computers
> as our site - and am *not* a techno. We've/I've happily used a Linux
> server/SAMBA combination for our clients, but now we have a NT server
> and a bunch of Windows98 clients to 'tack' onto our NET. All the users
> are set up on the Linux box.
> I can cope with upgrading SAMBA -'rpms' :-) (we currently use 2.0.3),
> but the process of D/Lding the csv, then using the head branch code
> is unrealistic for me. [too hard]
> I note that the 2.0.x releases can be a Domain PDC/controller for Win9x
> and for the NT server I'd appreciate some simple Y/N answers to the
> below so I can work out how to proceed..
> 1. Can users change their SAMBA-PDC PW's from a Win9x client?
Yes. (someone knows how to tell win9x clients not to use local passwds'
> 2. Will SAMBA-PDC authentication work from the Win9x clients and
> the NT server without using encrpted PW's - IF the appropriate
> registry alterations are done?
> 3. The NT server has been set as PDC [by the supplier] - do I need to
> re-install NT to be able to use it with a SAMBA PDC
I dont't think so.
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