Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Enumerating tree(domain) and connecting

> you should be able to connect anonymously with ldap in the root context,
> then go ahead and browse.
> Knowing the context won't help you without knowing a valid account/pwd
>
> Wolfgang


Does NWCallsInit (and all NDK) require NovellClient to installed?
I have 2 computers. First is with NovellClient and everything works ok.
Second, is without NovellClient and when I call function NWCallsInit then I
get errorcode = 35071 😞
This computer has all library from NDK (clib\win32\dll\wnt32).
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Enumerating tree(domain) and connecting

yes, it does


<badzio@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:S_ECh.3016$rL6.906@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>> you should be able to connect anonymously with ldap in the root context,
>> then go ahead and browse.
>> Knowing the context won't help you without knowing a valid account/pwd
>>
>> Wolfgang

>
> Does NWCallsInit (and all NDK) require NovellClient to installed?
> I have 2 computers. First is with NovellClient and everything works ok.
> Second, is without NovellClient and when I call function NWCallsInit then
> I
> get errorcode = 35071 😞
> This computer has all library from NDK (clib\win32\dll\wnt32).



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Enumerating tree(domain) and connecting

> yes, it does

Schade 😞
I'm not sure if my boss accept this:/ The best possibility would be if I
could copy specified files from novell netware client installer.
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