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Java-based NetWare DEL, DIR, GET, MOVE, PUT and REN SMB (CIFS) client utilities capable of single file, single directory or single directory tree operations.
Within the com.xaro.NWSMBCLU.jar file are six command line SMB (CIFS) client utilities:
NWSMBDEL - Used to delete one or more files on a remote SMB (CIFS) server.
NWSMBDIR - Used to list the contents of one or more directories on a remote SMB (CIFS) server.
NWSMBGET - Used to get one or more files from a remote SMB (CIFS) server.
NWSMBMV - Used to move one or more files onto a remote SMB (CIFS) server.
NWSMBPUT - Used to put one or more files onto a remote SMB (CIFS) server.
NWSMBREN - Used to rename one or more files on a remote SMB (CIFS) server.
Using the SMB (CIFS) protocol, these programs will work with...
... with either a NetWare 5.1 or NetWare 6.X host acting as an SMB (CIFS) client and any of the following hosts acting as SMB (CIFS) servers...
The following host operating systems acting as SMB (CIFS) servers have not been tested, but are expected to work properly with a NetWare 5.1 or a NetWare 6.X host acting as an SMB (CIFS) client:
Since NetWare 5.1's NFAP for Windows appears to be from the same code base as that used by NFAP for Windows software used on NetWare 6.0, there is a slight chance that a NetWare 5.1 host updated to the latest release level of both the NetWare NOS and the NFAP for Windows software will work as a server for a NWSMBXXX client. However, this has not been tested.
New in version 1.2:
How to install these utilities on a NetWare host: