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Browsing the UNIX Network

Once you reboot your system, you are getting now the UNIX/NFS-Login prompt,
where you need now to login with your User-name and Password of the UNIX-system
(which can be different from your Windows95/Windows NT4 Username)

Windows95:

You can now browse the "Network Neighborhood", viewing resources on the
UNIX system:


Windows NT4:




Networking to UNIX and Novell Netware

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