I'm posting this as a reply to an issue that John Endahl had posted a
few
months back regarding an issue with not being able to log in using a
Panther
client. However there was never a response on what happened.

So here is the ussie:

I'm having an issue with Panther clients using Connect to Server, one
is at
10.3.1 and one is at 10.3.2 and they are BOTH running Classic. I get
this
error message:
Connecting to afp://xx.xx.x.xxx
Could not connect to the server because the name or password is
not
correct.
If we use the Command Line through Terminal is works great!

I have one Panther client running 10.3.2 and Classic is NOT running
and it
works like a charm with both the Connect to Server and the Command
Line. I
can connect to every server no matter what context the user is in but
we
have also made modifications to the ctxs.cfg file to include all of
our
contexts.

I have no issues at all with any Jaguar or OS 9.x clients.

We are running all NW 5.1 SP6 with eDir 8.7.

It seems to be Panther + Classic + AFPTCP

So I'm wondering what the outcome was with the plist or rolling back
the
AFPTCP? What version did you roll back to?

Thanks,

Katie Wohlers
Network Manager, Mankato Public Schools