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Copying files for reload

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I have a server with Novel Netware 6 and I am going to reload the box with Windows 2003 SBS.  I am currently connected to a workgroup with my Windows XP machine and just want to copy the few files I need to save from the server, reload the OS and copy the files back.  I can ping the server and I can get to the web admin page for the server from the windows box but I cannot seem to see the files on the server.  I have not used novell in a long time and am stumped.  Please help!!!
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1. Install Novell Client
2. Login to Netware Server
3. Open Windows Explorer and put IP (or name) of server into address bar
4. Select volume containing files
5. Copy files
6. Paste files
7. Flatten excellent file/print server and downgrade to legacy Microsoft product
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