Tim.Potter at anu.edu.au
Tue Aug 3 23:21:19 GMT 1999
Jean Henchey writes:
> When I first started this NT stuff, I was hoping someone might have
> ported win32-like modules to unix. (Why be forced to run perl code on
> NT, right?) It would be really, really convenient to do all of this
> samba and user administration stuff from a unix box. The author of
> these modules (among others) said they hadn't been ported and had no
> plans to.
What would be really neat is to add remote registry viewing/changing,
NT service control and any other stuff to gnomba. Kind of a user
manager for domains/regedit/server manager all rolled in to one.
Luke mentioned something a while ago about making a librpcclient or I
guess you could drive rpcclient directly in the same way as smbclient
is being run at the moment.
Tim Potter, System Admin/Programmer "Disco Stu doesn't advertise"
Advanced Computational Systems CRC, RSISE Bldg Australian National University,
Canberra 0200, AUSTRALIA Ph: +61 2 62798813 Fax: +61 2 62798602
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