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Win95 FAQ Part 6 of 14: NetWare (tm) Networking
Section - 6.1. How do I connect to Novell NetWare (TM) servers?

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   First, ask your administrator if he prepared the server for Win95
   clients. This is critical, if you want your administrator to like you.
   
   Then, Install Client for NetWare networks, and fill in the "Preferred
   Server" value in CNW's Properties. Set your primary login to "Client
   for NetWare Networks".
   
   Also, install IPX/SPX protocol (It will install automatically along
   with Client for NetWare), and select a frame type in its Advanced
   properties. Auto-detect does not always work. Your choice of frame
   type depends on what the NetWare server uses. NetWare 3.11 and earlier
   typically use 802.3, later servers use 802.2.
   
   The next time you restart, you will get a NetWare login requester
   asking for your name and password. When you feed it this, your NetWare
   login script will execute.
   
   More details for NetWare Directory Services later.
   

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