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WFWG not working with Novell 3.12

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    My network is running Novell 3.12 (with VLM) as the base network.  We need to add Microsoft Networking for peer to peer and TCP/IP for intranet purposes.

     I have tried to setup both Novell client and Microsoft Networking - IPX/SPX compatible as default, NetBeui, and TCP/IP 3.0b.  I can log into Novell and have no related problems with this side of the network.  However, after I map to a MSN computer via peer to peer and try to move files or open a Word document etc. I get errors.
     The error says something like Disk Full or Access Denied after attempting to move files.  I then loose all MSN mappings and can see no one on the network.

How can I fix this?
What drivers should I use?  
Do I need to do something with the packet sizes or the frame type?

Please help me.

Thank you,

Drew
dwrob@cyberramp.net
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Installing 'WINUPx' (I use winup9 at the moment) from the Novell web site tends to sort out a lot of windows/novell problems.  This pack includes most of the windows network drivers for netware 3.1x.
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