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Long Filenames with HIGH-ASCII Charaters

Posted on 1997-05-21
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Hi,

Is it possible to delete filenames with HIGH-ASCII characters (like é,
ë etc..) with the MS-Netware client from a Netware 3.12 network ?

Or do you need the Novell 32-bits Client ?

Hope you can help me !

Kind Regards,

Erik de Bont
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Due to Windows misbehaving in international settings and codepages, I still use oldie Norton Commander for deleting these kind of files
I think you have got the same problem...

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