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NT4 and FPNW?

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Has anybody ever heard of something called FPNW (File and printer sharing for Netware Networks) that makes your NT Server look like a Novell one for workstations that do not have the right hardware or software to access NT servers. Where can I get it from??
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FPNW is Windows NT add-on utility that allows a computer running Windows NT Server to function as a NetWare 3.12-compatible file and print server. Using FPNW, NetWare clients can transparently gain access to file, print and application services on a Windows NT Server.
This utility must be purchased separately. Ask in nearest software shop.
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