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On Mon, 23 Feb 2004 09:09:28 -0500, Dn <kumar_anjaly at yahoo.com> wrote: > >Tony > >Thanks for the help , I tried to give the user name with the domain and >WSAD does not accept that(or there might be another way to specify that) > >So , are you saying that pserver is not at all secure ? > pserver is definately not secure... useful for LANs and many opensource projects use it as its supported by all clients, however it's a really bad idea to transmit things like domain passwords over it. You might be able to setup an openssh server on the windows box and connect using ssh through WSAD - that's still not going to solve the domain issue but is secure. Another way is to request an enancement to WSAD to accept the domain prefix to the username (or even sserver/sspi, but I doubt they'd support that). Tony