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Re: Can the simple password be blank/null

Has anyone tried this from a MAC? We are interested in setting up
generic ID's with no password, but have had no success, any info would

be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Angel Howard
Armstrong Atlantic State University

John Baird wrote:
>
> matthew.coates@health.net wrote:
>
>
>>ISSUE: Client-less workstations cannot send NDS/ NCP calls, and

therefore
>>cannot use the NDS password. Therefore, NFAP workstations use the

Simple
>>Password.
>>
>>We are trying to get a generic ID setup so that clients only have to

put
>>in the id. I have been unable to get the simple password to work

with a
>>null value. Does the NFAP simple password support this?

>
>
> I just tried this and it worked fine from a W2K client.
>
> John
>





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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Can the simple password be blank/null

Works for me here... Mac OS 8.5 connecting to an NW6SP2 server running

NFA for Mac. In C1, I went to the user's Simple Password screen, type

a character into the password field (to get the OK button to become
avialable), hit backspace to erase it, did the same in the confirm
password field, then clicked OK. The user logs in from the Mac
without
a problem.

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp
www.InsightNetSolutions.net




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