I'm using Client 32 on a Windows 2003 Terminal Server in "passive logon mode" (Microsoft client pops up for authentication. After logging in the Novell client transparanty logs in eDirectory).
We are not using an Active Directory.
I've set up eDirectory as an user source.

I now want to use DLU but can't get it to work.
Does the client 32 needs to be the primary client to logon or is there a work arround?

The answer to the most obvious question "Why dont you use the client32 as primary logon client?" is dat we als use SUN's secure global desktop (SGD).
When i set the client32 als primary logon i cannot transparantly logon to the terminal servers