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MTS Problem with implementing in workgroup

MTS Problem with implementing in workgroup

MTS Problem with implementing in workgroup

Hi friends,
i had successfully create MTS setup and install it on other machine. i have windows2000 advance server on my network.
i had not created any role in my MTS setup. i do not have domain, i have workgroup model in my network. Now when i try to start my application , it is coming to my server machine but has some authentication problem i belive so can anyone guide me whats should i do? i think i had read somewhere that one must have trust relationship to have MTS application run perfectly but not sure so Plz guide me...
Can i have MTS on Workgroup or not? that is biggest question for me? and if i can have than Tell me how i can do the same...
Thank u,

RE: MTS Problem with implementing in workgroup

Sorry but NO.
though you would think turning off security would let you do it it won't.  You can create the object but when you try to use it you will get a Error 70 permission denied.
I could go more into but you have the jist of it.  This is a big problem with organisations that run Novell ontop of Windows then want enterprise applications.  Easiest thing to do is see if you can set up a small domain.

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