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Move files and folders from Novell onto new 2003 Small business server

Posted on 2004-10-26
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Last Modified: 2010-04-19
I am just about to install a Windows 2003 Small business server onto a current Novell network.
The old novell server will be turned off and used for spare parts once the files are removed.
I need to know the best way to get the files from novell to microsoft.
I have no experiance at all of novell but have no probs with windows.
Any help would be fine.
Question by:jsharrock
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gjohnson99 earned 375 total points
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if  you the novell  cleint running

map a drive of the novell server to say  f:

map drive on your windows server  to say  g:

then copy from f: to g:
thats it.


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