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October 14, 2011
Some Nostalgia With Novell NetWare
By Chad Sweely
Way back when before Microsoft's Active Directory overtook the networking world, one of the major networking products out there that many schools (high schools / universities) and businesses used was called "Novell NetWare." This networking software first emerged during the times of Windows 3.1 and DOS, and even when coaxial networking was around prior to CAT5-based networking. NetWare also provided a large number of quality user-friendly tools that you could utilize to help manage/monitor your network and its users.

Some of the tools commonly used within the Windows 3.1 / DOS environment were:

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