[RESOLVED] Networking compatability
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    bor_yam
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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Networking compatability

    I'm trying to get a Windows 2000 machine to see a Novell network, the Novell network is rather old, and i was told win2k can work it just fine, for some reason i can see the network, but cant connect, or authenticate to it, please help me in what ever way possible.

    Many Thanks.
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    x_789
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    what version of novell and what client are you tring to run on the 2000 machine? X

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    bor_yam
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    I'm not installing novell, its something like 4.0, it is an old one, but im trying to connect to a novell network using the win2k machine.

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    Cool

    try downloading this...
    Novel client for win2000:

    http://webapps.novell.com/cgi-bin/cu...000s_en&TEXT=0

    Hope this helps

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    bor_yam
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    Well I am getting a window that tells me to "Select NetWare Login" What does that mean.


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    You have to register once

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    better yet - use the microsoft provided - client for netware.
    less buggy...
    dont go by server - use your tree and organization, otherwise you will be authenticating in bindery instead of NDS

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    Originally posted by kannibul:
    better yet - use the microsoft provided - client for netware.
    less buggy...
    dont go by server - use your tree and organization, otherwise you will be authenticating in bindery instead of NDS

    agreed...the MS client for Novell has MUCH less overhead...check in the control panel to adjust settings
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