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16-bit Client for FPNW

Posted on 2002-03-21
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Has anyone tried to attach to FPNW (File and Print Services for Netware) on a W2k server using a 16-bit Client?
Specifically I have DOS box that I need to connect to a 2000 Advanced Server, any Ideas?

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Is the 2000 adv. server NTFS?
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I'm not having a problem connecting to the server, BUT I am having problems maintaining a session, I connect, do my thing, no problem. BUT if I leave it idle for 3-5 minutes I lose connection.  
The server is running NLB as well, I made a test W2K server yesterday (after I posted the question)  with FPNW and no NLB and connections don't get booted...   has anyone seen this?

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