> We have both NT and Unix servers. While the NT box is the PDC, users may
> telnet to the Unix box to use a cost accounting package. This package
> generates reports that we want to access from various Windows boxes. By
> hacking the registry of Win9X and NT one can enable plain text passwords
> and thus access to VisionFS shares. We found, however, that even when plain
> text passwords are enabled in Windows XP, these shares are not accessible
> and have been searching for a way around this problem.
> In VisionFS, Profedit, one can select how access is controlled through
> password control. There are three options, use UNIX password (not
> encrypted), use VisionFS passwords (encrypted), or use a domain server.
> Obviously the first option is not going to work and since I don't want to
> re-enter all the users names and password in VisionFS, the second option is
> I tried the third option and set it to use the NT server as the source of
> login control. ( VisionFS would not recognize the server name but would
> recognize the IP address of it) This works well to a point, but only for
> users who's NT accounts are set to "user may logon to all workstations". I
> would like to set users accounts to only logon to specific workstations but
> cannot find a way to do this. Apparently NT does not recognize the name of
> the server nor IP address of the server where VisionFS resides.
> Does anyone have any thoughts on how we could set users accounts to logon to
> specific workstations, including the visionFS server?