Novell Personal Netware (PNW for Novell DOS 7) to WinNT 4.0

I use Windows NT V4.0. I can connect to our Novell
netware 3.11 server but I can't connect to PCs running Novell DOS7 with personal netware (PNW) server.
Is there a possibility to access to these machines? I
checked Novell's web page but the only thing they have
is PNW for DOS6.22/Win3.1 machines.
tbrauersAsked:
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Eric BDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
try using the dos prompt and use the "net use" utility.
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tbrauersAuthor Commented:
In the meantime I installed WinNT on a PC which had NovellDOS7, PNW and WfW3.11 before. If I switsch off the Netware Client services in the System/Service of NT I can run startnet of PNW in a DOS box and login to a PNW server. However, I cannot map a drive letter to drive of the PNW server.
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jluCommented:
Have you remember lastdrive in config.sys ?
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