DUA function for MS/Windows

"John H. Dale" <jdale@tango.cos.com> Thu, 11 February 1993 20:05 UTC

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From: "John H. Dale" <jdale@tango.cos.com>
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Subject: DUA function for MS/Windows
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Date: Thu, 11 Feb 93 13:35:55 EST
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I'm trying to track down ways of providing directory
access for MS-Windows users.  Even MS-DOS stuff that
may have parts that could be used to build MS-Windows
access tools.  And programs that use intermediate
protocol such as LDAP or DISH commands.

Pointers would be appreciated.

John H. Dale  fax +1-703-846-8590  COS, 8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.,
jdale@cos.com tel +1-703-205-2742  Suite 700, Fairfax, VA  22031