On Fri, 14 December 2001, James Rich wrote:

> On 13 Dec 2001 thomas@inorbit.com wrote:
> > > Basically, it lets my FreeBSD box act like an NT server.   Except that
> > > it's free.  And it's waaaay more robust and better performing than the
> > > OS/400 NetServer.
> >
> > Performance wouldn't surprise me due to how Netserver interacts with
> > OS/400 servers to serve data, etc.; but I'm curious about "robust". What
> > additional support does it supply? or...? >
> It also allows your unix box to act as a PDC.  It can do wins whatever and
> time control, logins, etc.

So, it does essentially what V5R1 of Netserver does?

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