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Using Netware 4 calls

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I currently have a program that uses the nwnetapi.dll file
to login and logout of various fileservers running on netware 3. We have now moved to NDS Netware 4 and upgraded our clients to win nt 4.0. I need to rewrite my current vb3 program to vb5 and use nds api calls to be able to attach, login and logout of servers.

I need to know the new netware dll that I should be using.
The api calls and some sample code on how I can achieve this.

Thanks
Patrick
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Best location is the Developer Support site at Novell. The top of the site is at: http://developer.novell.com

Here's a direct link to the VB samples:
http://developer.novell.com/engsup/sample/areas/vbs.htm

Here's a direct link to the documentation for the Active-X control:
http://developer.novell.com/ndk/doc/samplecode/novell_controls_for_activex/index.htm

Good luck!
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