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remote client installation

Hi NG,

today I have the following problem.
In my testsystem I am working with a MS AD domain. Therfore the logon with
an domain user who has administrator rights on the client machine is
working perfectly.
In a pilot project is no AD involved. All users are authenticated by a
Novell edirectory. When I want to start the process for installing the ZAM
client remotely
the Novell login pops up and wants an authentication against edirectory.
Although the user logs in correctly I get an authentication error for the
ZAM client.

any ideas?

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Re: remote client installation


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