• Subject: Re: Client access/NT - many users on one workstation
  • From: "David Nettles" <dnettl@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 06:04:14 -0500

booth, 
I have a generic userid and password on an nt server that can be logged on
to
any workstation on the network, just for the purpose of getting in.  No
rights
to anything on the network but allows anyone in the plant to log on to the
400 using
ca with any 400 userid and password they desire.  If someone needs network 
resources the do the "close all programs and relog on".
I figure worse case is I lose a workstation.  This is being done on 95 at
the moment
for monetary reasons, but no reason why it shouldn't work with NT.  

david


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> From: boothm@ibm.net
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: Client access/NT - many users on one workstation
> Date: Monday, October 27, 1997 8:48 PM
> 
> Could you establish one common profile for all workstations, with a
common
> login and password?  Then let the green screen handle the user logins and
> security?  Turn on each workstation in the morning, log in and stay
logged
> in all day, but have the users sign on and off the green screens as they
> moved around?
> 
> 
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