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Old 10-16-2007
nfs/nis - microsoft services for UNIX adminstration

hello,
I am using "microsoft services for UNIX adminstration" as an nfs/nis client in order to connect to a remote NFS folder with NIS authentication

nfs mount seems to fail on the authentication stage. I get the login box from the client, but any (NIS mapped) loging seems to reject me.
client indicates to be able to "see" the nis server, I may even see the list of users from the console tools. and yet mount fails on login stage.
please, your assistance
yoantan
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Old 10-23-2007
make sure the username you are using on your pc is the same username that is in nis ... and remember that unix is case-sensitive ...
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Old 03-05-2008
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