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Passthrough Authentication is a mechanism used by a
Common Internet File System (CIFS) server to validate user credentials
(user/password) with a Domain Controller and thus grant the user access to a
resource on the server, following a successful validation of the user
credentials by the Domain Controller.
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Enhanced Guardian File Support!
Version 6, available now, have full support for manipulating Edit (101)
and C Data (180) files, in addition to existing support for unstructured files
in the Guardian file system and all files in the OSS environment. This makes the
Guardian environment as easy as the OSS environment with Fusion95, a great
enhancement for developers and other users.
With Fusion95 also comes AniTa, a Windows Terminal Emulator with automatic revamping features.
A quick and easy installation connects HP NonStop servers to your LAN in less than 10 minutes. No changes to your existing network. If you already have an RFC-TCP/IP network, for example as provided with Windows workstations, then a HP NonStop server machine running Fusion95 can be added to your network without you needing to change any server or workstation. Just plug in Fusion95, and all existing users can immediately access HP applications and resources.
Fusion95 provides easy to use configuration utilities that can either run in Windows or in the HP system. This allows the administrator to configure Fusion95 from anywhere in the LAN or even across a WAN. The Windows based administration program shows graphically all the Fusion95 servers in the network. The administrator can view, add, change or delete disk and printer resources as well as users. It is possible to restrict administration from Windows to certain users, or to require special password authentication. It is also possible to restrict administration read and update rights for specific Fusion95 machines.
The enhanced SMB and CIFS protocols are supported to provide additional features especially in conjunction with Microsoft's Windows95/98/ME and Windows NT/2000/XP. This includes: · Support for long filenames. · Support of user authentication via passthrough to a Windows Domain Controller or locally via User-Level or Share-Level security. · Supports dynamic use of shared resources (e.g. \\SERVER\DISK\DIRECTORY\FILE.EXT). · "Big buffer" support uses 64KB blocks for best performance. · Shared disk resources can be configured as read-only.
Revolutionary new trigger-technology allows HP applications to monitor, filter and change server actions when a user accesses disks and files. Specific actions can be configured to trigger when specific events occur. For example:
The HP server must have OSS, TCP/IP, and a G06 or later NonStop Kernel Plug-and-play with the following PC Network clients running RFC-TCP/IP Network:
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