A couple of questions:

1. I'm probably overlooking something obvious but how do I change NSS
settings? Attempts to run the usual NetWare NSS commands at the
console fail.

2. What gives with the file system P (purge) attribute? Flagging a
file to P results in no changes to the attributes. Flagging a
directory to P (0x10000) results in bit 0x08 being set instead of
0x10000.

TIA, John

PS Anyone else encountereded this bug illustrated by dir /x ?

Directory of P:\test1

30/05/2007 07:31 p.m. <DIR> .
30/05/2007 07:31 p.m. <DIR> ..
30/05/2007 07:31 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~1 Subdirectory01
30/05/2007 07:31 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~2 Subdirectory02
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~3 Subdirectory03
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~4 Subdirectory04
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~5 Subdirectory05
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~6 Subdirectory06
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~7 Subdirectory07
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~8 Subdirectory08
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~9 Subdirectory09
30/05/2007 07:32 p.m. <DIR> SUBDIR~: Subdirectory10