• Subject: Re: Netserver... maybe I'm missing something
  • From: jkrueger@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 14:16:39 -0600

Netserver uses the opposite security philosphy from the way Client Access
works.  Only those objects and directories that have been explicitly marked
as sharable appear.  The easiest interface to use to make directories in
the IFS sharable is in the Operations Navigator.

Janet Krueger
Rochester Technology Center, part of D H Andrews Group

I worked on a box with netserver working.  My PC, without CA installed, was
able to view the box and the IPCS portion of the disk.  But not the IFS.
What good is that besides a file server?  Wouldn't it have been better to
able to surf the IFS, which you can access QNTC from that just the NT
portion of the drives?

I would like to have it just like when you have CA installed.  You can view
the IFS, folders, libraries, printers, etc...

Or am I missing something...


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