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November 17, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

One month later than scheduled, Novell Inc has delivered the beta version of its NetWare Client 32 for Windows95 (CI No 2,336). Among its features, it is said to enable users to access NetWare services and resources through NetWare Directory Services using Windows95 interfaces; to use Windows95’s long file name conventions; connect to NetWare 2.X, 3.X and 4.X via a graphical log-in; and implement NetWare environments using organisations’ preferred network protocols, including IPX/SPX, NetWare/IP, TLI, and Winsock. Novell also claims that it will provide automatic reconnection to previous services and resources, and provide security through packet signature and secure password authentication. It is available free of charge from CompuServe’s NetWire forum. And Novell says it can also be obtained on the World Wide Web at its site.

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