Hi Gerry,

> Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 23:02:26 +0000
> From: Gerry Hickman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> However, two recent changes to Windows networks have relegated FreeDOS
> to the recycle bin:
> 1. LM authentication is no longer enabled once a corporation moves to
> Windows Server 2003. No IT manager or corporate Admin would ever agree
> to turn it on either, as it's a serious security risk. FreeDOS does not
> have a network client that can authenticate against Kerberos.
> 2. SMB signing is now the default on Windows networks and FreeDOS can't
> sign SMB packets.

Does Samba support those things?  If so then at least there is hope that one
could port parts of the Samba code to DOS.  I suppose the encryption code
may take up significantly more memory though?


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