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New user in V4.11

New user in V4.11

New user in V4.11

(OP)
We're trying to adjust the "user" accounts on a Novell 4.11 Server (10 users).
SYSCON is not accepted. It says to use NWADMIN, but when we do, it gives an
error. What's the secret to something so simple as this?

 
 
http://www.GoTechnologiesInc.com
 

RE: New user in V4.11

For starters, SYSCON is an old tool for netware 3.12, it should not be used on a 4.11 server unless you have bindery loaded.  If you are  having problems using NWADMIN, you may want to download the most current version from the Novell website and launch it from your desktop.  From there, you should be able to see the tree and by double clicking that you should be able to see the users accounts.  

Hope this helps


Mark C. Greenwood, CNE
m_jgreenwood@yahoo.com
 
CNE 4.11 and CNE 5 certified.  BS Degree in MIS.  Working in the industry for 8 years.  
I work with NT servers, NDS for NT as well.

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