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Have  windows 95 machine that needs to be connected to a Netware 4.1 server?  What Microsoft  combination would I use to connect it?
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You probably want to go into Network Properties and add the Netware protocol.

 Windows95NetworkProperties
I have a Windows 95 (obviously in the picture), but I do not use and have not used Novell. The Windows 95 machine here has TCP/IP and connects just fine to the Internet.

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If you are looking for a Microsoft combination, you have to add the Client for Novell Netware networks, as well as the IPX protocol.
If you are serious about connecting you have to install the Novell Client 3.4 for windows 95.
This client can be found referenced here:

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/14368.html
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