The syntax for a security driver entry in the libtcl.cfg file is:
provider is the local name for the security mechanism. objectid.dat defines the mapping of the local name to a global object identifier. The default local name for NT LAN Manager on Windows NT and Windows 95 (for clients only) is “LIBSMSSP”.
If you use a provider name other than the default, you must also change the local name in the objectid.dat file. For an example, see “Checking the LAN Manager’s local name”.
driver is the name of the security driver. The NT LAN Manager driver is named “LIBSMSSP.” The default location of all drivers is c:\sybase\dll.
Use the ocscfg utility to edit the libtcl.cfg file. This utility displays the file’s contents in a dialog box with section headings in the form of tabs for easy perusal.
For information on using the ocscfg utility, see the Open Client/Server Configuration Guide for Desktop Platforms.
The following text is a sample libtcl.cfg file for desktop platforms:
[NT_DIRECTORY] ntreg_dsa=LIBDREG ditbase=software\sybase\serverdsa [DRIVERS] NLWNSCK=TCP Winsock TCP/IP Net-Lib driver NLMSNMP=NAMEPIPE Named Pipe Net-Lib driver NLNWLINK=SPX NT NWLINK SPX/IPX Net-Lib driver NLDECNET=DECNET DecNET Net-Lib driver [SECURITY] NTLM=LIBSMSSP