Netware-Copy tool/function - Netware

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  1. Netware-Copy tool/function

    Hello Newsgroup,

    I'm no specialist in Netware and there's an 'old' Netware-Network-System I'm
    working at. I heared about a function called 'Netware-Copy' in the Windows
    Explorer (NT4/2k/XP). The network I'm 'admininistrating' is basend on
    several Novell Netware Servers versions 5 up to 6.5 . The clients are
    versions 4.83 SP2 and higher.
    Now this 'Netware-Copy' icon in the Windows Explorer is deactivated (grey).

    I'd like to know how to activate it as there are a few users who'd like to
    use this function.

    Can anyone help me out?


    Thanks a lot (Sorry, I'm on vacation up to Wed 27th of Octobre, so I can't
    answer any question up to then.)


    Greets from Germany (Bavaria)


    Georg



  2. Re: Netware-Copy tool/function

    Georg,

    It is probably Netware NCOPY. This is really just Novell's version of
    the DOS XCopy program with some Netware specific features. It is usually
    found in the SYS\PUBLIC directory on a Netware server.

    In article , Georg Raum-Deinzr jr.
    writes
    >Hello Newsgroup,
    >
    >I'm no specialist in Netware and there's an 'old' Netware-Network-System I'm
    >working at. I heared about a function called 'Netware-Copy' in the Windows
    >Explorer (NT4/2k/XP). The network I'm 'admininistrating' is basend on
    >several Novell Netware Servers versions 5 up to 6.5 . The clients are
    >versions 4.83 SP2 and higher.
    >Now this 'Netware-Copy' icon in the Windows Explorer is deactivated (grey).
    >
    >I'd like to know how to activate it as there are a few users who'd like to
    >use this function.
    >
    >Can anyone help me out?
    >
    >
    >Thanks a lot (Sorry, I'm on vacation up to Wed 27th of Octobre, so I can't
    >answer any question up to then.)
    >
    >
    >Greets from Germany (Bavaria)
    >
    >
    >Georg
    >
    >


    Keith Bailey
    Computer Manager
    Kingsbury High School
    LONDON UK

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