In the long forgotten days of NT4, there was not Unicode. In these older days, one could use English, and the language the server machine was predefined for. In our poor and sad case, English alone.
This is a story of a poor filer, member of a multi-site NT4 domain, which, due to latency and delay in the creation of the VPN connection between sites, had to become BDC.
Now this server acts as BDC, and all is fine, but as a filer, although Hebrew files can be saved and recalled to/from it (Hebrew names), it cannot access them interally. It cannot backup/restore Hebrew named files, it cannot copy/move them either. We’re stuck.
I’ve got two possible directions: The first would be to "upgrade" or "reinstall" the server using an Hebrew Enabled version of NT4 Server (and with luck, much luck, it might work), or to silently replace it by a Linux acting as NT Domain BDC, caching accesses, etc. Maybe it will work, donno. Worth a try.