I found this from the ACT website....my question is -- I can't figure
out
"how" to run NFAP on a volume?? Is there something I need to load??
An
option on the volume object from ConsoleOne?? This is probably a very
easy
question...I just don't have any experience w/NFAP/CIFS -- is it as
simple
as loading a NLM??? The server is running NW6 (Small Business)
w/SP3....the
problem is when 2 users try to access the ACT database at the same
time..it
locks them out. (Note: This was working for about 1 year w/o any
problems...nothing changed on the server side and or client side!!) I
just
put SP3 on the server over the weekend hoping that would help w/the
problem!! May have been a fluke it was working in the past since
Novell
states it is not supported on NSS volumes in the following TID:
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/se...?/10068297.htm


(The clip below is from the following ACT TID!!)
http://itdomino.act.com/act.nsf/docid/20027211170

Thanks in advance!!!

Chad
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Option: Common Internet File System (CIFS) Volume
This configuration has not been tested by ACT!, but has been used with
some
success by ACT! Certified Consultants (ACCs).
Run Native File Access Protocol (NFAP) on the NSS volume. This makes
the
volume a CIFS volume, and will therefore be seen in Network
Neighborhood (or
My Network Places) as a Microsoft server and volume. Map a drive
letter to
this volume. Next, relocate the ACT! database to this drive, and
access it
as normal. Some ACCs report this method runs considerably faster than
using
a Traditional volume.