Win2k, Samba, & Win'9x
Christopher R. Hertel
crh at nts.umn.edu
Fri Jul 21 07:01:09 GMT 2000
Hmmm... I don't know. The Workgroup field would indicate a workgroup
within which to offer services. The NT Domain login would be for
requesting services. I have no idea if that is useful.
> [Chris Hertel <crh at nts.umn.edu>]
> > An NT Domain is a Workgroup with a Domain Controller. Basically,
> > they are the same thing.
> That's what I thought. Imagine my surprise when I first saw the
> Windows95 network setup. In one place it has you fill in the workgroup
> name, and in another it has you fill in which domain you want to log
> into. The two do not have to be the same.
> Is there any use for this (mis)feature?
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