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NCP

(networking)

NCP

(1) (Network Control Program) See SNA and network control program.

(2) (NetWare Core Protocol) The file sharing protocol used in a NetWare network. It is the internal NetWare language used to communicate between client and server and provides access to files and the NDS and bindery directory services. See file sharing protocol.

(3) (Not Copy Protected) Software that can be easily copied.
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However he urged the NCP not to rush to a decision on the matter.
The NCP Secure Entry Clients are compatible with leading VPN gateways and firewalls from Cisco, Check Point and Fortinet, and with desktops, laptops and tablet PCs running on Windows operating systems 8.
If there had been any other party in place of NCP we would have supported it.
The NCP is also demanding a lion's share of 144 out of the 288 seats in the upcoming Assembly Elections.
NCP seriously needs to re-think its pricing structure, encourage consistency and start thinking about how to keep its existing customers.
In yet another serious blow to the NCP, senior NCP leader and minister of state Pravin Prataprao Bhosale also quit the party after being denied ticket to contest the assembly polls from Sawantwadi in Konkan region.
Ms Williams said the change of heart follows a clear-out of top managers at NCP, including operations director Graham Erskine, who outraged Cardiff traders when he dismissed their fears over price hikes, claiming the company was being used "as an excuse for areas of the city which are underperforming in commercial terms".
More than 600 NCP activists are debating the issue of transforming Nepal into a republic.
In addition, NCP supports mobile connect cards for UMTS, GPRS, and WLAN in the Client Monitor, the company claims.
NCP Engineering GmbH, founded in 1986 with headquarters in Nurnberg, develops highly secure communication software for companies, government agencies, organizations and carriers.
NCP are so hated in England, where they have 35 contracts, they are known as the Traffic Taliban.
Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, who heads the LDP, and NCP Secretary General Toshihiro Nikai signed a deal in a ceremony the same day to combine the two parties after the NCP disbands itself.