secure communication between netware client and nw6 server
This is a simple question but I haven't found a clear answer yet.
When I login to a NW6 server using a new netware client, that initial
authentication is secure, correct? My question is, what about data
sent over the wire after that successful login? At that point, if I
edit a text file is that communication between my desktop and the
server traveling over a secure channel? I believe it's not, but I
haven't found that addressed in any documentation.
Any help here or pointers to the relevant documentation is much
Re: secure communication between netware client and nw6 server
On 28 Sep 2004 12:50:34 -0700, Eric White <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:[color=blue]
> When I login to a NW6 server using a new netware client, that initial
> authentication is secure, correct?[/color]
Yes. Always has been.
> My question is, what about data
> sent over the wire after that successful login?[/color]
Not currently encrypted on the wire.
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