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NetBIOS Library for MSC

My company had developed a DOS based PC that controls a manufacturing process in an industrial environment.  There will eventually be 60 PC's installed, which will be networked together to an NT Server.  The sub-net will use NetBEUI.  I'm looking for a software library package that will give NetBIOS functionality to my DOS application.  I want to be able to send status information from the DOS app to a database app running on the NT Server.  Any suggestions on available libraries?  Needs to be MSC 5.0 / 6.0 compatible.
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agiustiAuthor Commented:
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
I have only book: A.B.Frolov, G.B.Frolov
 "Local Network.Protocols IPX,SPX, NETBIOS"  with many
samples, but it is in Russian. Can be you can find this
book translated or other books for this subject in Amazon.com!
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hougaardCommented:
Get hold of "Client/Server LAN Programming" by Barry Nance, (ISBN 1-56529-924-8) This book is all about network programming under DOS (and OS/2) and covers Netbios, IPX and many other topics about DOS network programming. I have use this book alot and it serves the  goal perfectly!
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agiustiAuthor Commented:
Sounds like just the type of text I'm looking for, unfortunately, it's out of print.  Any suggestions of online resourses or other items that would give me the same information?
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agiustiAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help...found another text that I think will take care of my questions.
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