Mirror Folder Update on Netware :wacko:

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  1. emxsi

    emxsi Registered Member

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    I want to do a Mirror Folder Update from a WinXP which is residing on a Netware server, automatically (without me logging on the the Netware server manually). How would I type the username of my Novell user who is authorized to write to this Mirror Folder? Let us say that my Netware context is context.philippines and server name is zamboanga. I don't know if I can do this. I am confused on the Login name and password found at the "MIrror Set-up" and the difference of this with the "Specified User" found at "Advanced Mirror Set-up". I do prefer this one than batch commands.

    Thanks for the help and more power.
     
  2. Marcos

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    It doesn't matter, either is correct. Try putting the user/pass to the main mirror setup window.
     
  3. emxsi

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    I did both. I got this error message during the update...

    "Error changing local user identity"
     
  4. YeOldeStonecat

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    The user/pass that you're entering, is the Novell user/pass credentials, correct?
     
  5. emxsi

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    Re: Mirror Folder Update on Netware

    Yes, I am entering the username and password of the user at Novell.
     
  6. Marcos

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    Re: Mirror Folder Update on Netware

    Try creating an account on Novell with the same username and password as that used to log in to Windows so that the OS will not actually need to change your identity when logging to Novell.
     
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    Using Client32? Primary login is which?
     
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    Yes. I am using Client32. Primary Login /Preferred server and tree fields are empty.
     
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