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Old 11-11-2003, 11:38 AM   #1
robertoneto123
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Thumbs down Refresh client user list at autentication client/server network.


Hello,

I'm having something very strange happening...

At time = 0, I got an autentication server that also serve the /home directory. So, I put a client with NIS, ypdbind, ... as usual. A got the user list at the login screen, and everything works fine.

At time = 1, I had to kill some users, and create some. The server was ok about it, I did ti using the graphical user admin from RH9. But when I check my client, the deleted users are still there, and the new users not.

So, how can I inform my client that the user list is updated?

Tks!
 
  


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