"AccessWest.com": Re: win2k

Paul A Vixie vixie at mibh.net
Mon Jan 31 22:18:13 UTC 2000

third in a series

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Paul thanks,

There is something still, however in win2k that is totaly messing with
all our netscape users.  It happened twice yesterday that My netscape
quit working and I got calls of users complaining about the same thing
at that time I checked the syslog and seen unapproved updates from
a dialup user using win2000.   I have seen this at least 4 other times as
well.  Im not sure if it effects IE or not.


Robert Dalton

Paul A Vixie wrote:

> the Domain Naming Master role is a master role for Windows2000 domains
> not DNS Domains. These roles have meaning only in the context of
> Windows2000 Active Directory multimaster replication and no bearing on

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