Re: NT domain problems.

Mitchell B. Wagers ( (no email) )
Sun, 15 Mar 1998 15:01:13 -0800

Not at all. You need to open User Manager For Domains and click Select
Domain, then type in the name of the machine that you run the service on
(Normally, the BIG domain only shows up, but you can type in other ones).
You can do this either with the machine itself or on another server (like
the PDC), then create the user on that domain, not the "domain" used for
the network. This is clearly defined in the NT Administration manuals!

At 07:56 PM 3/15/98 +0100, you wrote:
>I've a strange problem with the IIS 4.0 FTP service. I've set up a
>stand-a-lone server which is part of an NT domain (1 primary and 3 backup
>domain contr.). When I set up an FTP account I have to use
>ntdomain/username. Without the NT domain in front of the username I can't
>get in.
>I know that you can set a web site to use the default domain but I can't
>find such a future in the FTP properties sheet.
>Is it possible to login with FTP without the NT domain or do I have to
>re-install NT as an backup domain controller?
>Any help is appreciated.
>Thanks in advance.
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