First a rant - WHY ISN'T THERE A NATIVE NETWARE CLIENT FOR MACS?????

OK, This used to work until I did a clean rebuild of my SBS 6.5 Server
applying SP4a (before I was at sp3). In my studio, I have a single MAC
(running Panther 10.3.9). I don't need full eDirectory integration, I just
want to mount a share or two, and dump and retrieve files to/from the
server. So I don't need the complicated LDAP setup or the $100+ 3rd party
clients (see abouve rant). Here's the problem...

I can't get past the authentication part. Using Finder/Go/Connect to
Server, I select my NW box, but one of two things happen; If I setup
simple password with the eDirectory passsword, It immeadiatly comes back
with "unknown user, wrong password, or bad password. See your system
Administrator". If I remove the simple password, a box pops up where it
actually tries to connect to my server, but then fails with a "wrong
password error".

I've been pulling my hair out for day's over this. I've been thru the NFAP
setup instructions a gazillion times (both in the Netware 6.5
Administrators Guide and the on-line .pdf file).

I REALLY need some direction...

Daniel Szalay
Audio Espresso Digital Recording
barista@audioespresso.com