Topic "Groups error at login connecting to SCO OpenServer"

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I am using WinSCP to connect to my SCO Opneserver 5 systems. When I connect there is a groups failure message. WinSCP is trying to execute a file that doesn't exist on SCO. The program groups is on Linux but not SCO. I am assuming I can get rid of this message by unchecking the display groups check box. If I do that will I lose any functionality or file security?

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John J. Boris, Sr.
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Archdiocese of Philadelphia
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jboris wrote:
If I do that will I lose any functionality or file security?

The only impact it has is that you will not have the list of your groups available in drop-down menu of file properties dialog.
Martin Prikryl

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