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Compaq PATHWORKS for OpenVMS (Advanced Server)
Server Administrator's Guide

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    enabling and disabling
TCP/IP cluster alias
TCP/IP cluster impersonator name
TCP/IP load broker #1
TCP/IP load broker #2
TCP/IP Metric Server #1
TCP/IP Metric Server #2
    See Time differential factor
Time differential factor
Time servers
Time zone
TimeSource service
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
    See TCP/IP
Transport configuration parameters #1
Transport configuration parameters #2
    enabling and disabling
Transport configuration screen
    enabling and disabling
    supported by Advanced Server
Transports and protocols
    table of
Troubleshooting #1
Troubleshooting #2
Trust relationships
    establishing two-way
User access to shared resources
User accounts
    adding to a group
    changing logon hours
    changing passwords
    creating from existing accounts
    creating templates
    disabling #1
    disabling #2
    displaying host mapping
    displaying information
    displaying information about
    establishing host mapping
    external authentication
    home directories
    lockout policy
    lockout policy, establishing
    mapping with OpenVMS account
    removing #1
    removing #2
    restricting logon hours #1
    restricting logon hours #2
    restricting logon workstations
    setting policy for passwords
    specifying expiration dates
    specifying logon scripts
    specifying passwords
    specifying user profiles
User accounts database
User groups
    See Groups
User profiles
User sessions, displaying information about
    forcing disconnects of
    solving problems with privileges
USERS default share
Validation, logon
Wide-area network support
    name resolution for
Windows 2000
    domain environment #1
    domain environment #2
Windows 2000 file-naming conventions
Windows 2000 mixed-mode domain #1
Windows 2000 mixed-mode domain #2
Windows 2000 native-mode domain #1
Windows 2000 native-mode domain #2
Windows 95 file-naming conventions
Windows 98 file-naming conventions
Windows NT
    file security information #1
    file security information #2
    security descriptors
Windows NT Event Viewer
Windows NT file-naming conventions
Windows NT file security information
    how read by the Advanced Server
Windows NT Server Manager
    inaccurate cluster information
    shares not manageable by
Windows NT User Manager for Domains #1
Windows NT User Manager for Domains #2
WINS name resolution
    management #1
    management #2