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Setting up Win95/98 on NetWare 5

By robin ·
I am new to TCP/IP as have always used NetWare 4x. When setting up the client on Windows I have always done the following: Setup ethernet card driver, ipx, and the Microsoft client for NetWare networks. On reboot, been presented with 3 login fields (name, password and server), logged in to server as admin, and installed the proper NetWare client.

How do I do the same with TCP/IP? Have tried doing the same, but with TCP/IP instead of IPX, but only get the 2 fields in the login box.

A nice easy 200 points for someone!! :)

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by rbgnr111 In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...

click the advanced tab and punch in the tree server( either server name or server ip) and context

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by robin In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...
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by bart777 In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...

You could also enter the context and server under the advanced area and leave the tree blank.
Either of these answers should get you in.

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by robin In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...
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by eclaybaugh In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...

You can also login with .admin.ou.o

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by robin In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...
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by eclaybaugh In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...

login in with .admin.ou.o ou=organizational unit o=organization

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by robin In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...
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by Duster52 In reply to Setting up Win95/98 on Ne ...

A couple of things here. 1) If you are still using NW4 then you will need to use Netware/IP. This basically encapsulates IPX. 2) If you are using NW5, then you have to use Novell's IP stack and IP client to connect to the server. The Microsoft client does not have the necessary funtionality to connect IP to a NW server.

In either case I recommend using the latest Novell client which can be downloaded from Novell's site.

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