Gateway and Client Services for Novell on Windows 2003?

Hey,

I know in 2000 there was the "Gateway and Client Services for Novell".  It worked wondors for me in migrating a Netware over to a Windows network.  Is there the same or something the works the same for Windows 2003?

Thanks.

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jbsengineerAuthor Commented:
The File and Print Services doesn't seem to contain the gateway.  What i want to do is login with the novell client on the windows 2003 ad server. That way the 2003 server can see the Novell's shared files so I would then bridge the shared directories off the Novell over to the Windows clients.  If there is a better way to do it maybe I could do that.   I'm currently doing this at another location with windows 2000 and it works great.  Users on the windows side dont even realize the drives are on the Novell box.  
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joedoe58Commented:
What I understand you could use the file migration utility to accomplish what you want
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jbsengineerAuthor Commented:
Doesn't the File Migration utility convert everything to windows ntfs permissions etc.  I have to currently leave the Novell drive intact and just have it shared to the windows server.  Then the windows server will share the Novell drive off of it.  The gateway service for windows 2000 did this perfectly.
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