Mitch Wagers ( )
Fri, 20 Mar 1998 04:59:49 -0800

Are you a local user or a domain user? You said a valid domain user, you
need to be a local user UNLESS you use that "Domain: " section on
your DUN connection. Like for me it would Username: myusername, Password:
mypass, Domain: OCSNET.NET. My suggestion since you probably need to do
administration is be a domain user.

I put a posting about this issue a couple days ago for the IIS FTP

At 05:12 AM 3/20/98 -0600, you wrote:


<excerpt><smaller>I am trying to setup a backdoor RAS connection to one
or our servers, however I can't get it to authenticate me. I am a valid
user in the Domain and I am trying to connect via a NT machine. Any help
on what I need to try would be appriciated. The modem works and I can
dial out and it also I can dial into the modem but it won't authenicate


<smaller>Kelly Wright (<<>

BuzNet Communications