In Netware, what does an asterix next to a loaded module mean?

Posted on 2009-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
In Netware, what does an asterix next to a loaded module mean?

I'm trying to monitor services on a Novell server, one loaded module NDPSGW.NLM, is coming up as unloaded on our monitoring tool. I'm not familiar with Netware but noticed that the module has an asterix next to it (see screenshot) and was wondering what that means.

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    Modules with no dependent NLM programs are indicated by an asterisk next to the module's name.

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    Thanks Ghost96!

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