dkalling Absent Member.
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Booting IntraNetWare 4.11 from a PORTABLE DRIVE?

Is it possible to boot a IntraNetWare 4.11 server from a portable or external disk drive? Our current server (Proliant ML350) is booting from a Seagate 36gb SCSI, but the drive bearings are going out. Of course, due to the age of the drive, etc. finding a reliable replacement is difficult.
Thanks for your response.
Dave K.
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Re: Booting IntraNetWare 4.11 from a PORTABLE DRIVE?

On Thu, 14 Feb 2008 16:16:01 +0000, dkalling wrote:

> Is it possible to boot a IntraNetWare 4.11 server from a portable or
> external disk drive?


Best to ask in novell.support.netware.discontinued.

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dkalling Absent Member.
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Re: Booting IntraNetWare 4.11 from a PORTABLE DRIVE?

Thanks Joe, I will give that a try also.
Dave K.

Joseph Marton;1467623 wrote:
On Thu, 14 Feb 2008 16:16:01 +0000, dkalling wrote:

> Is it possible to boot a IntraNetWare 4.11 server from a portable or
> external disk drive?


Best to ask in novell.support.netware.discontinued.

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Joe
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do."
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: Booting IntraNetWare 4.11 from a PORTABLE DRIVE?

Joseph Marton wrote:

>Best to ask in novell.support.netware.discontinued.


Or better even novell.support.netware.4x

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