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Configuring the Client for NetWare Networks

You can configure Windows 95 to be a client for a NetWare Network during installation or at any time after setup.

  1. To configure the Client for NetWare networks
  2. In Control Panel, double-click the Network icon.
  3. From the Network Configuration property sheet, click the Add button.
  4. The Select Network Component Type dialog box displays.

  5. Double-click Client.
  6. The Select Network Client dialog box displays.

  7. In the Manufacturers column, click on Microsoft.
  8. In the Network Clients column, click on Client for NetWare Networks.
  9. Click OK.
  10. The Client for NetWare Networks is added to your network components.
  11. From the Network Properties, Configuration tab, double-click Client for NetWare Networks.
  12. The Property sheet displays.

  13. The information on this sheet needs to be completed.
    • Preferred server-Server used for logon and authentication.
    • First network drive-NetWare specific drive assignments for MS-DOS and NetWare. Drives F through Z are available for use by NetWare. You may select the lowest drive for NetWare. Which drive to select depends on how many drives are required for MS-DOS-based programs.
    • Enable logon script processing-Enables logon scripts.