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Best way to copy folders from a Netware 5.1 server to a Windows 2003 DC ?

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I want a fast effective way to copy gobbs of folders/files from a novell server running TCP/IP to a Windows domain.

Is there something I can start on the Windows DC to access NOVELL FOLDERS ?

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Do you mean files

map novell drive -> f:

map windows drive -> g:

copy f: g:


Do you mean users and there data

get ->  Microsoft Services for Netware  
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