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Special Edition Using MS-DOS® 6.22, Third Edition by Jim Cooper

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Chapter 20. Networking DOS

Common Networks for DOS-Based Computers

You might commonly connect a DOS-based computer to two different networks: Novell NetWare and Microsoft Windows NT Server. Both network operating systems (NOSs) provide client software for DOS that enables you to participate in many of the services offered by both networks, such as file sharing, printer sharing, network security for stored files, and so forth. Installing the client software for each network operating system is relatively straightforward. In this chapter, ...

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