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- CODA is an experimental distributed file system being developed at Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. M. Satyanarayanan heads this group whose purpose is to design and implement a distributed file system that allows for transparent mobile computing in a client server environment.
- such as an MS Mail shared post office. Possible error messages: - “File not found” error on a file you know exists - “Sharing violation” or “Lock violation” error - “Unable to open file” error - “File in use” error There are two solutions to these problems: - Obtain a patch file from Novell for the NetWare 3.11 server. Using FTP, connect to ftp.novell.com. Go to /pub/netware/nwos/nw311/osnlm and run 311ptd.exe. This program will extract the file os opnfx.nlm. Then, load the .nlm file onto the NetWare 3.11 server. (”load os opnfx.nlm”) - Disable long filename support in Client for NetWare. This means that you will not be able to use long filenames on any NetWare servers from Windows 95. To disable long-filename support, carry out the following steps: 1. Click the Start menu, click Run, and then type Regedit. . Go to HKEY_Local_Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\NWRedir 3. Create a new binary value named supportLFN with a value of 0. Lowercase Extended-Character Passwords on NetWare 4.1 Servers ————————————————————- In a NetWare 4.1 environment, Client for NetWare does not support passwords that use certain lowercase extended characters. Users need to change their password to all uppercase characters. Client for NetWare and Programs That Use External Files ——————————————————- If you are using Microsoft Client for NetWare, and you run a program that needs to access an auxiliary file, your program will have problems if the auxiliary file is on a drive other than the one the program is on. This is because only the current drive is searched for auxiliary files; the search path is not searched. If you experience this problem, make sure the program and any auxiliary files are on the same drive. Novell NetWare Login Scripts —————————- The Login Script Processor for the Microsoft Client for NetWare should correctly process all commands in your login scripts. However, you cannot load memory-resident programs (TSRs) from these scripts. Installing Novell Client3 Overwrites NetWare Directory Services Files ————————————- When you install Novell Client3 , the Novell setup program replaces the Microsoft file Netdef.inf and renames it Netdef.bnw, and deletes the NDS setup file Nwnds.dll. The result is that after uninstalling Novell Client3 , Service for NetWare Directory Services will not install. To work around this problem, carry out the following steps: 1. Find the file Netdef.bnw and rename it Netdef.inf. . Copy the Nwnds.dll file to the Windows\System directory on your your hard disk by carrying out the following procedure: 1. Insert your Windows 95 installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. . Open an MS-DOS window. 3. Change to the Win95 directory on your CD-ROM, and then type the following at the command prompt: extract /l c:\windows\system precopy .cab nwnds.dll Upgrading Over an Earlier Beta Version of Windows ————————————————- If you upgrade this release of Windows over an earlier beta release, and you have Service for NetWare Directory Services installed, you will be prompted about version conflicts for the following files: - Nwnp3 .dll (v. 4.0.9 9) - Nwlsproc.exe (v. 4.0.9 8) - Netware.tmp (v. 4.0.9 8) When you see the version conflict prompt, click No. After Windows is installed, you need to reinstall Service for NetWare Directory Services. To do this, carry out the following steps: 1. In Control Panel, double-click the Network icon. . Click Add, click Service, and then click Add. 3. Follow the instructions on your screen. Printing to NetWare Directory Services Printers ———————————————– You cannot install Client for NetWare Networks and Service for NetWare Directory Services (NDS) during the same installation session. If you do, your NDS printers will appear to be offline. If your printers appear to be offline, try carrying out the following steps: 1. In Control Panel, double-click the Network icon. . Remove both Client for NetWare Networks and Service for NDS. 3. Restart your computer. 4. In Control Panel, double-click the Network icon. 5. Add Service for NDS. . Restart your computer. NOTE: If your local area network is using NetWare 4.1 or later, there is no need to install Client for NetWare Networks separately. When you install Service for NDS, it also installs the Client for NetWare Networks. PLUG AND PLAY NETWORK CARDS AND 1 -BIT REAL-MODE DRIVERS ======================================================== When you run the 1 -bit real-mode driver for your Plug and Play network interface card (NIC), your Plug and Play card might appear not to function. The reason the card appears to malfunction is that on most computers, the Plug and Play card is inactive until Windows 95 enables it. 1 -bit NIC drivers load before Windows 95 can turn on Plug and Play cards. Some 1 -bit NIC drivers do not recognize Plug and Play cards (most NE Plug and Play clones fall into this category). In this case, follow these steps to use your Plug and Play card with a 1 -bit NIC driver: 1. Run the Softset utility that comes with your Plug and Play card, and then set the card to non-Plug and Play mode. . Remove the network card from the list of devices in the Device Manager listing: In Control Panel, double-click the System icon, click the Device Manager tab, select the network card, and then click Remove. 3. Reinstall the network card using the Add New Hardware icon in Control Panel. When you install a 3 -bit protect mode NIC driver in the future, you can rerun Softset to turn on Plug and Play mode for your card. This problem does not happen if you are using a 3 -bit protect-mode NIC driver. INTEL ETHEREXPRESS 1 NICs AND PCI COMPUTERS ============================================ If you are using an Intel EtherExpress 1 -network interface card (NIC) in a PCI computer that has a Diamond Speed Star PCI video card, your system might hang or not initialize properly. These problems, according to Intel customer support, are not related to Windows 95 and happen on a variety of operating systems. If you have one of the following video cards, contact your vendor to obtain a new video BIOS update: * Diamond Speed Star PCI video card with BIOS version 1.01 * Diamond Viper PCI VGA Video Adapter * Diamond Stealth video card, BIOS v1.03 Other PCI video cards might also cause problems with this Intel NIC. In general, if you experience problems with your EtherExpress 1 in a PCI computer other than those described above, please replace the card before reporting the problem to Microsoft. WINDOWS FOR WORKGROUP SHARES ============================ When you upgrade to Windows 95 from Windows for Workgroups, your shares are not maintained. The folders/directories you shared in Windows for Workgroups need to be reshared. RUNNING WINDOWS 95 FROM A SERVER ================================ Windows 95 can be set up to run from a network server. The Windows 95 Resource Kit contains complete instructions for installing Windows in this environment (see Chapter 4, “Server Based Setup for Windows 95″). The following configurations are supported: - Booting from hard disk using: – Client for Microsoft Networks – Client for NetWare Networks – Novell Workstation Shell 3.x (NETX) – Novell Workstation Shell 4.x (VLM) – Banyan VINES DOS/Windows client - Booting from a floppy disk using: – Client for Microsoft Networks – Client for NetWare Networks – Novell Workstation Shell 3.x (NETX) – Novell Workstation Shell 4.x (VLM) – Banyan VINES DOS/Windows client - Booting from a remote boot server using: – Client for NetWare Networks – Novell Workstation Shell 3.x (NETX) – Novell Workstation Shell 4.x (VLM) To use one of the Microsoft clients, your network card must have both an NDIS (1 -bit real mode) *AND* an NDIS3 (3 -bit protect mode) driver. If your network card is a PCI, EISA, or ISAPNP card, you must run Windows over a real-mode client. To Install Windows 95 over Previous Builds —————————————— To install this final version of Windows 95 on network computers that are already running Windows 95, you have two choices: - Do a clean install on each computer; -or- - Upgrade each computer using the following procedure: 1. Shut down any clients running from the server. . Windows 95 must be installed on the server into the same folder that you were using for previous builds. Delete everything in the shared Windows 95 folder, and then run Netsetup.exe to install this build into that folder. 3. Restart the client to a command prompt. 4. If you are using the Microsoft Client for NetWare Networks and use map rooted drives, you must start either NETX or VLM to run Setup. 5. Map drives to the machine folder and shared Windows 95 folder as before. These must use the same drive letters as used in the previous build, and map roots should be to the same folder level. . Run Setup for the new build. SUPPORT FOR THIRD-PARTY NETWORKS ================================ To install support for a third-party, real-mode network, you must be running the network when you run Windows 95 Setup. Windows 95 does not support installation of a real-mode network after Setup, unless you have a Windows 95-specific .inf file from your network vendor. For example, FTP includes a Windows 95 .inf in their 3 -bit NFS client. Although Windows 95 supports other networks, network component files for networks other than Microsoft networks are not included with Windows 95. You must already have the files for the network you want to install. LANDESK .0 ———– LANDESK version .0 uses a TSR named Usertsr.exe that might cause Windows 95 to stop responding when you use the Microsoft IPX/SPX- compatible protocol (Nwlink.vxd) or file and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks (Vserver.vxd). LANDESK version .01 fixes this problem, and the patch is available on Intel’s BBS or from Intel product support. For the BBS and product support telephone numbers, consult the documentation that came with your copy of LANDESK. SunSelect PC-NFS —————- Windows 95 supports versions 5.0 or greater of SunSelect PC-NFS. If SunSelect PC-NFS is installed using an NDIS LAN driver or an ODI LAN driver, then SunSelect PC-NFS can be installed as an additional 1 -bit network client along with 3 -bit protected-mode clients. If you are using a SunSelect PC-NFS LAN Driver, Windows 95 can support PC-NFS only as the primary network. Additional 3 -bit network providers are not possible in this case. Banyan VINES ———— If you see a message during startup that the VINES version is not the latest, edit the Vines.ini file in the Windows folder so it contains the following lines: [NEWREV] dontcopy=1 vines.version=5.5x (x) USA ; where x=your version windows.version=3.95 If you receive the message, “Vines NDIS Interface error: 10 1. See NDISBAN.DOC for an error description,” during startup, run the VINES utility PCCONFIG to change Banyan drivers to NDIS drivers. Also, make sure the section name matches the driver name in the Protocol.ini file. DEC Pathworks ————- Windows 95 provides support for upgrading over existing DEC PATHWORKS V5.0, V5.0A and V5.1 configurations. This makes it possible to run your existing real-mode PATHWORKS components while migrating to Windows 95. However, it is strongly recommended that you upgrade to DEC’s PATHWORKS for Windows 95, which contains protected-mode components. Restrictions: PATHWORKS must be started before running Windows 95 Setup to automatically detect and upgrade PATHWORKS components. If PATHWORKS is not started or is not automatically detected, you will see startup errors when you run STARTNET. To correct this, add the appropriate “PATHWORKS V5.0 and above” protocol, using the Network icon in Control Panel. Once a system has been upgraded to Windows 95, you cannot change your PATHWORKS configuration using PWSETUP. However, all existing template configurations present when you upgrade are converted to work under Windows 95. PATHWORKS Native, DLC, X. 5, and ISDN datalinks are converted to use an NDIS driver, if available, during the upgrade. If the replacement NDIS driver is not configured correctly or is not operating, startup will display an error and prevent loading of other PATHWORKS components. To correct this, double-click the Network icon in Control Panel, and verify that the adapter driver is configured correctly. If any changes are made to the adapter configuration, you must remove the “PATHWORKS V5.0 and above” protocol and add it again. PATHWORKS NetWare client licenses (CCS or FPA) are not currently supported with Windows 95. If you are using the Microsoft Client for NetWare Networks to connect to PATHWORKS for OpenVMS (NetWare) or PATHWORKS for OSF/1 (NetWare) servers, the server must have PATHWORKS FPS licenses. Long filenames do not work correctly on PATHWORKS servers up to and including version 5.0b. You will be able to create and delete LFN files and make and remove LFN folders, but the files and folders will not appear when you use the DIR command, or when you open an Explorer window to the PATHWORKS server. PATHWORKS server version 5.00 EC01 corrects this problem and is available from DEC. Artisoft LANtastic —————— The LANtastic server cannot be run when Windows 95 is setting up. LANtastic also cannot be run in conjunction with networking support for other networks. PRINTING TO A NETWORK PRINTER ============================= You might have problems setting up a printer that is shared by a third- party network server. The solution is to redirect LPT1 through an MS-DOS window to the third-party share, and then use the printer setup for LPT1. For example, if a network printer is connected to LPT1, follow these steps: 1. At the MS-DOS prompt, type: net use lpt1: \\servername\sharename (This command might be different on the network you are using. Check the product documentation to find out how to redirect an LPT port.) . Start Control Panel, double-click Printers, and then double-click Add Printer. PROBLEMS PRINTING TO POSTSCRIPT PRINTERS OVER A NETWARE NETWORK ========================================= If you have problems when printing to a PostScript printer over a network, (error messages on the printer; no output is printed), it might be due to incorrectly configured Banner Pages. To solve this problem, you can do one of the following: - Disable banner pages by removing the check mark from the Banner Pages box on the Capture printer properties (open the Printers folder, click the icon for the printer you are using, and then click Properties on the File menu); -or- - Ask your network administrator to correctly configure banner pages on the Netware server for a PostScript printer. ISSUES AND INSTALLATION OF MS-DLC WITH WINDOWS 95 -========================= Windows 95 contains MS-DLC and support for installing over an existing MS-DLC or IBM-DLC installation. Setup will detect DLC and make the appropriate changes to your configuration files for these. Refer to the Windows 95 Resource Kit, Chapter 10, for a complete description of DLC support. MICROSOFT TCP/IP PROOL ========================= If Microsoft’s TCP/IP is the only protocol you have loaded on your system, the IP Address will not be added during Setup. If you have a DHCP server, open Control Panel, double-click the Network icon, and then close it. This will update the IP Address. (If you don’t know if you have a DHCP server, check with your network administrator, or check if your IP address is already entered.) If you don’t have a DHCP server, start Control Panel, double-click the Network icon, double-click TCP/IP, click the IP Address tab, and then enter your IP Address. If you are not updating from a previous Windows 95 installation (you are doing a “clean install”), to use DNS or LMHOSTS name resolution, make sure you have DNS enabled in the Network properties. To enable DNS, double-click the Network icon in Control Panel, double-click TCP/IP, click the DNS configuration tab, and then click Enable DNS. USER PROFILES OVER THE NETWORK ============================== If you are using user profiles over a Windows NT or Novell NetWare network, and you include Start Menu/Programs, Network Neighborhood, and/or desktop icons in your profile, the server must have long filename support to ensure that these parts of the user profile work over the network. NETWORK BACKUP AGENTS ===================== Arcada Backup Exec Network Backup Agent ————————————— To use the Arcada Backup Exec network backup agent included in Windows 95, you must have Arcada Backup Exec version 5.x. Cheyenne ARCserve Network Backup Agent ————————————– To use the Cheyenne ARCserve network backup agent included in Windows 95, you must have Cheyenne ARCserve version 5.01F. You might also use earlier versions if you obtain updated NLMs from Cheyenne Software. REAL-MODE PROOLS: WARNING ICONS ON YOUR NETWORK ADAPTER ========================================================== If you install a network that does not use protected-mode protocols, such as Novell Netware 3.x, you might see a yellow warning icon next to your network adapter in Device Manager. You can ignore this warning; your network is fully functional. To remove the warning icon, use the program, Extract.exe on Setup disk 1 to extract the file Ndis.vxd from your Windows 95 disks. Then, copy Ndis.vxd into your Windows\System folder. When you reboot your system, the yellow warning icon will no longer appear. USING AN IBM THINKPAD WITH A DOCK II ==================================== If you enable 3 -bit PCMCIA support, and your network cards do not appear to work properly when inserted into the Dock II’s PCMCIA slots; or, if you have an ISA network card in the Dock II that has a “Code 10″ error in its properties in Device Manager, call the IBM Help Center. They will provide you with a file to correct this problem. INTEL ETHEREXPRESS PRO /100B CARD NOT CORRECTLY DETECTED ======================================================== Windows 95 does not correctly detect an Intel EtherExpress Pro /100B card during Setup or hardware detection. After Setup, an entry for “PCI Ethernet controller” appears under Other Devices in Device Manager, which shows that the device is functioning properly; however, the card doesn’t work. To properly install the card, remove the PCI Ethernet controller from Device Manager, and then restart your computer. The card will then be detected; the Update Device Driver wizard will appear. Insert the driver disk that came with the card, and then click Next. The wizard will search the disk and find drivers for the Intel 8 557-based PCI Ethernet. This is correct. Click Finish and the card should work. SETTING UP A WINS SERVER ======================== To set up a WINS server, carry out the following steps: 1. In Control Panel, double-click the Network icon. . Click TCP/IP, and then click Properties. 3. Click the WINS Configuration tab. 4. Make sure that both the Primary WINS Server and Secondary WINS Server boxes are filled in. If you have only one WINS Server, you must enter the identical inform
- Remote control software packages consist of tools for network administrators, helpdesk support personnel and end users. These packages let one PC (guest) connect to and remotely control another PC (host). Remote control software installs on both guest and host PCs.
- Thank you for trying SyGate 3.11. This document contains important information that you may find useful for installing and using SyGate 3.11. For additional instructions on installing and using SyGate 3.11, please see the SyGate 3.11 online users guide–you can quickly get to it from the help menu within the SyGate Manager application.
- cfg file located on each Clients? boot disk. Automatically Specified Ghost Multicast ? This second method is by using Windows NT to automatically assign IP addresses to the Client PCs by the use of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, or DHCP, included in Windows NT ver.
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- Imagine this, you?re at home playing on the computer when suddenly your cd drive opens. You brush it off as it were nothing unusual but then a few minutes go by and out of nowhere you printer starts printing a page that says “you have a virus that allows people total access your files.
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- Quick access and easy programming is also another consideration that is made when considering this type of network.
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