Using the Microsoft Service for NetWare Directory Services

Microsoft was well aware of the problems created by the lack of NetWare Directory Services (NDS) support in the Client for NetWare Networks at the time of the Windows 95 release. Within two months of that release, Microsoft resolved the problem by providing a Service for NetWare Directory Services (MSNDS).

This add-on service originally required the user to download the installation files from Microsoft's Web site, but the latest OEM Service Release (OSR2) includes the service in the base product. OSR2 is available in one form: preinstalled on new computers. If you have an older copy of Windows 95, or you have purchased Windows 95 as an upgrade, you must download MSNDS manually.

The addition ...

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