From: Mitch Wagers[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, April 28, 1997 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: NT Server Tools w/Intelliserver PowerRack
Just because you are being authenticated, either it be via Radius, the
livingston box or anything else, you STILL need to log onto a domain if =
are going to use the PDC. You have to remember that NT carries SID's =
At 10:15 PM 4/27/97 PDT, you wrote:
>Wondering if this is the same prob that I'm experiencing with a =
>All of our users are in the SQL database. I would like to have the =
>to remotely re-start a service if it has failed for one reason or =
>When I run Server Tools and log into the term server via a predifined =
>server user (an emergency acct) I get succesfully connected, but not
>authenticated to the NT box. A message comes up about not seeing the =
>for the network. The end result is I can't stop and restart the =
>which has failed.
>I would appreciate any help on this one.
>> I was referring to the default administrative share on the server, =
>> works fine when the Server Tools work (we also have a Tribe terminal
>> and both these things work with it). Have you been able to use the =
>> Tools with a Powerrack? Thanks.
>> Mitch Wagers wrote:
>> > map what network drives? Be a bit more specific, if the problem is =
>> > mapping them it is easy to fix, but we need more details...
>> > At 12:23 AM 4/27/97 -0400, you wrote:
>> > >Hi all Intelliserver Powerrack users,
>> > >
>> > >Has anyone out there been able to get Computone's Powerrack to =
>> > >NT Server Tools? I have been in touch with another ISP using a
>> > >configuration (NT 4.0 and Intelliserver Powerrack) and they are =
>> > >same problem as well. Cannot map network drives either.
>> > >
>> > >Sorry this isn't a Radius question (that battle has already been =
>> > >this is definitely the place to get some help on this issue.
>> > >
>> > >Thanks in advance,
>> > >
>> > >Douglas Tuttle