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Can Mac OSX access a Novell 6.5 SBS Server?

Just recently installed a SBS 6.5 server and am trying to get some Mac
OSX clients to access the server. Someone mentioned native file
access....Will this allow the macs to map network drives on the Novell
Server? Any help would be appreciated....


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Re: Can Mac OSX access a Novell 6.5 SBS Server?

On 16/07/06 dougfields@beltway.org wrote:
> Someone mentioned native file access....Will this allow the macs to map network drives on the Novell Server


Yes, that's its entire purpose in life.
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Re: Can Mac OSX access a Novell 6.5 SBS Server?

If you take a look at the NetWare OES documentation you will find quite
a bit of information on Native File Access Protocol (NFAP).

NFAP gets the NetWare server to look like a MAC server to the MACs.

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