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By ZakM ·
Hi
We are still having problems running WIN2K with Netware 4.11 & Client 4.71.
Cannot see all NT servers on the network,however we can ping some of them.
Even logging on with admin rights has no affect.
Help.
Zak Malek
ADT College (London)

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by bengels In reply to Windows 2000 Problem

Where can't you see the NT servers ? In NetworkNeighbourhood ? Can you open them by start->run-> \\w.y.x.z ? did you activate "NT LM - Authentication" - service on the 2k machine ? Isn't this a Windows related question ? Or did you implement NDS forNT?

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by ZakM In reply to Windows 2000 Problem

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by MStrankay In reply to Windows 2000 Problem

The Win2K workstation should be able to see the NT servers using its own Microsoft Client, the NetWare Client is not required to connect to the NT servers. There is a link in the "My Network Places" which allows you to display all the network connections. You should then be able to open the Microsoft Network link which will display all the domains and/or workgroups on your network. When you open the domain you should see all of the workstations and servers in the domain. You may be asked toauthenticate to the domain if you try to map a drive or open a share on a server. Suggestion: Check to make sure you have the Microsoft client installed and configured correctly.

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by jwhite In reply to Windows 2000 Problem

To be able to see your NT servers and other Windows machines you will need to load the Microsoft client and the NetBEUI protocol. This can be load along with your Novell client to allow you to see both types of networks in the "My Network Places" window.

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