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Client32, ODI Driver, and DLC Protocol

Posted on 1997-12-16
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We use Client32 on our Win95 stations to connect to our
Netware servers. (3.1x)  We were using NDIS drivers, but
we wanted to try ODI drivers.  When we install the ODI
drivers, our 32 bit DLC protocol we use to attach to our
mainframe fails.  We are using Client32 ver 2.2 for Win95.
Any suggestions?
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In the Novell TID on Client 32 Product Compatability Summary  (Last modified: 05MAY1997)  This document (2912726)
The Q & A:
Q: The version of MSDLC used for AS400 connectivity that ships with Windows 95 does not work with Client32.

A: Microsoft has an update that will work. Get document Q139561 and file dlc32upd.exe from Microsoft.
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