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I need to have mulpile hardware profiles on a windows 95 machine.

In the hardware profile all of the hardware components will stay the same except for the network protocols.
On the one profile I need to have only netbeui running and loggin on the microsoft client.
On the other profile I need to ipx/spx and tcp/ip running and logging on to the netware client.
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checkout www.bysnet.com/netsw.html

Very nifty util.. just configure the machine for one mode of operation.. Save the profile in netsw .. Configure the machine for the other mode of operation save the profile in netsw.

Voila! You now have 2 totally idependant networking modes.
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