<keith@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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"Not sure if you ever got your answer, but we do that here. We have a
Windows 2000 Server setup as a (backward compatible) PDC and it runs active
directory. When we disable an AS/400 account it is disabled network
wide. Works pretty well, but your windows admins won't like it."

Keith -

Does your IXS/IXA do anything other than synchronize security between AD and
OS/400?

If you delete an account on your 400, does it also delete the corresponding
AD account?

If a user changes their AD password, does it also change the OS/400
password?

Why won't the Windows admins like it?

Curious,

Steve





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