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How to install a network version msoffice in Netware

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My school use a Novell Netware 3.12 server and diskless workstations using windows 3.11.
We want to install Microsoft Office 4.2 in the server such that every station can use the Winword program.
We use the command : e:\setup.adm\disk1\setup /a (where e is the cdrom drive)to install the administrative copy in the server.
The installed directory is f:\msoffice (where f: is the server drive)
Then we don't know how to install the workstation copy of msoffice in windows 3.11 to make it work. (If we start winword using supervisor login, it is O.K., but  an error message "Not enough memory" come up when login as a user.)
Please help !
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Are you using the same Boot  Image for the Supervisor and the other users?
If not could you post both Net.Cfg files?
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by:Icey
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Are you using the same Boot  Image for the Supervisor and the other users?
If not could you post both Net.Cfg files?
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You are required to run the workstation setup.
eg run setup from the server intalled copy and slect workstation.
The admin copy to server only copies the files required.
There are some files that are required on the workstation as well for the std user to be able to access word. Out of memory may be related to swap files or temp files word is trying to create on the server installation directory.
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