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Monitor in Netware

Can some one tell me the command to open the extended pages in Monitor
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Thomas Wilson,
> Can some one tell me the command to open the extended pages in Monitor
>

load monitor !h

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Re: Monitor in Netware

I just tried this on a Netware 6.5 SP7 server and didn't see any difference.

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> Thomas Wilson,
>> Can some one tell me the command to open the extended pages in Monitor
>>

> load monitor !h
>
> - Anders Gustafsson (Sysop)
> The Aaland Islands (N60 E20)
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Bruce Currier,
> I just tried this on a Netware 6.5 SP7 server and didn't see any difference.
>


On my NW65SP7 server, 'LOAD MONITOR !H' lists almost twice as many
entries under 'Server Parameters | Communications' as 'LOAD MONITOR' does.



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Doug Black,
> On my NW65SP7 server, 'LOAD MONITOR !H' lists almost twice as many
> entries under 'Server Parameters | Communications' as 'LOAD MONITOR' does.
>

Wonder if it is case-sensitive though?

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Re: Monitor in Netware

Anders Gustafsson,

>> On my NW65SP7 server, 'LOAD MONITOR !H' lists almost twice as many
>> entries under 'Server Parameters | Communications' as 'LOAD MONITOR' does.
>>

> Wonder if it is case-sensitive though?
>


It doesn't appear to be.


Doug
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Re: Monitor in Netware

Works fine here -- 12.02.02 (Apr 4, 2006) is what I had ... did you
actually do

load monitor !h

or

monitor !h

??


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Re: Monitor in Netware

OK, it is working. I wasn't sure what I was supposed to see different and
hadn't noticed all the additional entries. Now that I know what I'm
supposed to be looking for, they are there. I tried both uppercase &
lowercase, with "load" and without, doesn't seem to matter which wat you
load it.

Thanks for the help!

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> Works fine here -- 12.02.02 (Apr 4, 2006) is what I had ... did you
> actually do
>
> load monitor !h
>
> or
>
> monitor !h
>
> ??
>
>
> --
>
>
> Peter
> eDirectory Rules!



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Re: Monitor in Netware

Cool!

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