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NetWare Lite 1.1 + Windows 95

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How can I make connection and local resources sharing between two computers on LAN:

1.) MS-DOS (ver. 6.22) + NetWare Lite (ver. 1.1)
2.) Windows 95

I installed IPX/SPX protocol and Microsoft Client for NetWare Networks on Windows 95 and started NWLite on other computer but they cannot connect to each other !?
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by:henrie
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Sorry, to my knowledge Client for Netware only works with real servers. You could try installing Win3.11 on the Dos machine and load client for Microsoft networks on both machines.

Hope this helps...

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by:Stjepan Brbot
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I want NWLite 1.1 and Win95 !
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henrie earned 30 total points
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OK, so I said windows95 doesn't support NWLite.
But... You could try loading the 16 bit realmode drivers in autoexec and try to connect. I Know for sure Novell does NOT support NWLite. They give an installation proposal for Personal Netware on their pages, though.
Maybe you should follow this setup and try. Go to:
http://support.novell.com/home/desktop/pnw
type 95 in the search engine and choose the option found:
"Integrating Personal Netware and Windows 95"

Good luck.

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by:Stjepan Brbot
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Yes, I know too that Novell Netware and NWLite use different network drivers and if you want connect Novell Netware with NWLite you should have two drivers in memory in the same time.
Real mode drivers in AUTOEXEC.BAT is probably right answer. I'll try it!
                                                             Stjepan Brbot
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by:Stjepan Brbot
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I know too that Novell Netware and Netware Lite 1.1 use different networking drivers and that if you want connect Novell Netware with Netware Light 1.1 networks you should have two drivers in memory in the same time!
Real mode driver in Windows 95 AUTOEXEC.BAT is prpbably right answer and I'll try it !
                                                         Stjepan Brbot
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