On Mar 19, 11:32pm, Kenneth Smith wrote:
> Subject: NT and WFW Security
> We're in the planning stages of putting a 250 user WFW and Windows NT
> onto the Internet, and I'm wondering if anyone has any details on security
> holes that I should be aware of. Most of the security auditing tools that
Did anyone notice the article in InfoWorld on how to create a peer network
hundreds of WFW workstations around the world (including some at Micosoft)?
(Notes from the Field, Robert X. Cringely, "Windows for Workgroups has a
breakthrough not even a shrink could love."
InfoWorld, Mar 6,1995, Vol 17, issue 10, page 106)
Run WFW 3.11 with sharing enabled, use Microsoft TCP/IP stack. Depending on
your firewall, you can File/Connect and see workstations all over the
via your modem or Internet router.
W. Douglas Knowles, Ph.D., Manager, Information Systems
ASM International, Materials Park, Ohio USA 44073
org; (216) 338-5151; Fax (216) 338-4634
"Data are not Information is not Knowledge is not Wisdom."
My opinions, not ASM's.