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Client32: User Level Security for F&PS with a NetWare 4.10 Security Provider

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As I'm sure we've all noticed, File & Printer Sharing for NetWare Networks has vanished when dealing with Client32 on a Windows 95 workstation. I'd like to use a NetWare 4.10 server as a security provider for user level security for F&PS without reverting to VLM. Is there a way to accomplish this?
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If you are running client 32, the answer is no.

If you are running Microsoft client for Netware Netwoks then it will work as long as the server supports Bindery Emulation.

If you have to run client 32, then I suggest you install a small NT Server using Domain Security.  Install Microsoft Client for Microsoft Networks in addition to Client 32 and use Microsoft File Printing and sharing for Microsoft Networks.  (This solution is actually better than trying to run File & Print sharing for Netware Networks)

I hope this helps.
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