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what do i have to do to connect win98 to netware4.10

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I have win98 installed in ibm notebook.
I can't connect it to netware network.
what do I have to do,what protocol to use,any software to install?
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Question by:coltbronco
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coltbronco, I am assuming you are talking about Novell Netware.

Go to Start->Settings->Control Panel->Network then click on the add button which is under the Configuration Tab. Click on Protocol and then Add. A menu should popup, at the bottom of the menu will be Novel, on the left side of the menu there will be the Novel IPX ODI protocoll, add that. You will need your Windows98 CD to install the software for this protocol.

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go to the network settings.  Select add and then select client.  Choose the MICROSOFT client for Netware.  Once you install that it will automatically install the proper protocol.  You will probably need the Win98 CD if you don't have the cab files on you hard drive...most vendors put them in c:\windows\options\cabs

You can also download the 32bit client from novell ... search on client32 at www.novell.com
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