WARP Connect, Netware 3.x/4.x, and attaching to servers

WARP Connect, Netware 3.x/4.x, and attaching to servers

Post by TSS.. » Tue, 28 Nov 1995 04:00:00

I'm working out a bit of a problem....

Need to attach a WARP Connection workstation to 15+ NW servers
    each with different ids/passwords.
Need to be able to perform the attaches all at once, in a single
    cmd or bat file
Need to be able to pass passwords via pipe or other mechanism, so
    than an operations center can house the system in a lights out

I've got OS/2 login.exe 4.06, but what I really need is to login
to no server, and attach to all. I can then do maps as I need them.

I've tried using a DOS attach from a 3.11 server, but it seems to be
hard coded at allowing only 7 attachments no matter how I configure

What I'm looking for:

   is there an OS/2 attach out there that works with Warp, and goes
   above 7 connections?

   is there a way to stuff ids and such into a batch calling of
   nwtools.exe, which does allow for some modern functions.

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I still haven't heard back from IBM so I phoned them today.  The chap who
was supposed to be dealing with my problem wasn't in but had left a note
on my incident report to say that I wasn't covered by a support contract
and therefore wasn't eligible for any help.  I would have thought he
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The Warp Connect support specialist is supposed to be phoning me back but
that was three hours ago now.

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