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Using MTS components on a Novell Network

Using MTS components on a Novell Network

Using MTS components on a Novell Network

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Is it in any way possible to use MTS on a Novell Network by for example "trusting" the Novell Security Environment?

I know it is possible by adding all accounts/passwords to the Server where the MTS components are running but there is no way to maintain that. Trusting the Novell environment could be great but is that possible?

Regards,
Tinus

RE: Using MTS components on a Novell Network

It sounds like you have the same situation we have.  Our users log into both a Windows NT Domain and Novell when they log onto their desktops.  The passwords for Novell and the domain are kept in sync.  As such, these users can utilize our three-tier application that makes use of MTS without having to specify user id/passwords in MTS.

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