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how can i setup win32s on win3.11

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How can i setup win32s on windows3.11 when:
1. i am in network
2. i dont have access to the office directory
3. i have my on windows.
4. my office directory and drive is on x:\office
5. this is novell 4.11 network
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It seems you are using the shareable version of windows (your workstation is installed with Setup /N option and not just Setup).

You need to install your Windows again, using the setup program to create your self the system directory (which is currently your X: drive).

After you'll reinstall your Windows, you'll be able to insatll WIN32S.

(wasn't it better to send me mail and ask me? - this is if I know you...) :-)

Saar
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I dont think the answer is to setup Windows again in a private system directory. I think the answer is to Install a shared copy of WIN32S to the shared windows directory.
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