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Server OS 9.2

We running the ancient version of OS 9.2 server software, and we're having trouble with 2 Windows users running XP. They can get onto the Apple server but not into the subfolders, even though they have access privileges as being part of that group.

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  • MarkWPB Mar 05, 2008

    Chimpster,


    Thanks for the feedback. We're using AppleShare IP v6.3 on our server... and it seems we got 1 of the PCs to access without a problem and the other still has issues, which is I think a problem with the PC, not the server software. But I am looking forward to the day we vaporize this OS 9.2 software.

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Server 9.2 ?
I don't recall it being called that. The server products available at the time of OS 9.2 changed from ASIP 6.3 to early versions of OSX.

  • Do you mean AppleShare IP(ASIP) 6.3.3, which came with all the file sharing and mail stuff?
  • Is it definitely an OS9 interface ?
There's loads of ASIP 6.3 help if you search the knowledgebase. This one came top of the list:
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=50719

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