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RE: SMB-Link in Lotus Notes
From: "Fernando Cardoso" <fernando.cardoso () whatevernet com>
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 10:29:06 -0000

If they are using an unpatched Win 2K and the default telnet application is
the native win 2K client, you can try to use telnet://, since it will try to
authenticate first using the current user credentials.

Cheers

Fernando

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Hi all,
SMB Links in HTML Mail to sniff the NTML-Hashes are
well known. I'm wondering how this is working in lotus
notes. The usual syntax file:// won't work. Any idea?

Thanks

if0ff



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