Re: [Emerald] ServU

Geoffrey L. Scully ( (no email) )
Fri, 26 Feb 1999 10:23:30 -0800

Since they are all connected to the Emerald server through the client I would
assume that the permission problem would be with the Emerald server? If I do a
File, External Systems, batch out, it works fine. It is just not Autosyncing.

As for the ServU. I did put in a path like for mapping that drive. In ServU
there is a default user allready created. Do I need to modify this account and
is that the account Emerald uses for each account it creates?

"Sheryl D. Stover" wrote:

> Geoffry,
> A UNC is a path to a shared network drive, e.g.
> //server/directory
> where //server is the name of the machine on your LAN accessible via machine
> name from the Network Neighborhood and /directory is the name of the share
> on the machine. Each machine that uses the UNC must have the shared
> directory mapped as a network drive.
> I'll look into whether I can recreate your problem with Post.Office and
> client machines. Are there any restrictions in Post.Office defined as to
> where the postmaster account can log in from?
> :Excuse my ignorance but what is a UNC? Also I set up the Post.Office
> portion
> :and then I set the Autosync ES. It still does not autocreate an account
> :though unless it is done from the main Emerald server. If one of the
> client
> :machines try to create the account I have to do the Batch Out for it to
> create
> :the account.
> :
> :"Dale E. Reed Jr." wrote:
> :
> :> "Geoffrey L. Scully" wrote:
> :> >
> :> > After you put in the Direcory size, path in Emerald, what else is
> needed
> :> > for setting up Emerald to automatically create accounts in ServU.
> :>
> :> Emerald does NOT create account in Emerald (just like it doesn't
> :> create account in Mailsite or NTMail). Those software packages use
> :> the Emerald database as a secondary user database to their own.
> :> Therefore, once you have created the user in Emerald, the user can
> :> log into Serv-U. The only requirement is that the user's homedir
> :> must exist and Emerald will try to create it when you fill it in
> :> (just make sure its a UNC that all Emerald operators have access
> :> to and not a local computer path).
> :>
> :> --
> :>
> :> Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT
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