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Autoadmlogon OR active directory

I would like to have one of the following. Both users have an Novell
Account (edirectory):

User1 has an active directory (same name) - authenticate to both and use
both resources

User2 does not have an active directory account - authenticate only to
Novell and then create a local account (maybe using autoadmlogon)

The workstation should be able to handle both users seamlessly.

Any suggestions? Thanks!!!


Dr. Cathy Bareiss
C.S. Department
Olivet Nazarene University
Bourbonnais, IL 60901
cbareiss@olivet.edu

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Re: Autoadmlogon OR active directory

There is not really a good solution.
Either use a tool such as IDM to synch all of your E-Dir accounts into your
Domain so all users can use domain accesss.

or Configure everyone to logon locally and then allow the users to
authenticate to the domain after logging into the PC.



<cbareiss@olivet.edu> wrote in message
news:i58wh.12370$Sz4.1059@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>I would like to have one of the following. Both users have an Novell
> Account (edirectory):
>
> User1 has an active directory (same name) - authenticate to both and use
> both resources
>
> User2 does not have an active directory account - authenticate only to
> Novell and then create a local account (maybe using autoadmlogon)
>
> The workstation should be able to handle both users seamlessly.
>
> Any suggestions? Thanks!!!
>
>
> Dr. Cathy Bareiss
> C.S. Department
> Olivet Nazarene University
> Bourbonnais, IL 60901
> cbareiss@olivet.edu
>



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