This is most likely credentials on the machine. Do you have a lmhosts
entry for the server? What about a WINS server? How is the win95
machines finding the NT machine on the other side of the ISDN link?
> I even tried using a UNC name for the server (\\INTERLINK4) and the normal
> name (INTERLINK4), but it didn't help. I've got a USER DSN, a SYSTEM DSN and
> a FILE DSN, all configured identically, just in case.
You should ONLY have a system DSN. kill the user/file DSN entries.
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