NetWare peer-to-peer network

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NetWare peer-to-peer network

Earlier software from Novell that allowed DOS and Windows 3.1 machines to share resources over the network. NetWare ELS (Entry Level System) was introduced in 1987, followed by NetWare Lite in 1991. NetWare Lite was renamed Personal NetWare in 1993.
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x, ODI driver; NetWare Lite, Personal; Windows NT workstation, server; Windows for Workgroups; Windows 95; Windows 98; LAN Manager 2.
A new software utility provides faster access to more applications and data stored on CD-ROM drives for users of LANtastic, Windows for Workgroups, NetWare Lite, 10NET, PowerLAN and other peer-to-peer networks.
Novell's Netware Lite and Artisoft's LANtastic are two of the most popular peer-to-peer networks.
NetWare, in contrast, is better suited for departments requiring a small PC LAN operating system, NetWare Lite, as a simple way to network small groups of people who have no need for a file server.
x, Windows NT Workstation, Windows NT Server, Windows for Workgroups, NetWare Lite and Personal NetWare.
LANs supporting Microsoft Windows including Microsoft LAN Manager, Microsoft Windows for Workgroups, Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft BackOffice, Novell NetWare, Novell NetWare Lite, Banyan VINES, DEC Pathworks, IBM LAN Server, 3Com 3+ Open, and LANtastic.
1 workstations), NetWare Lite, LANtastic, Windows 95 and Windows for Workgroups.
The product supports the following server-based and peer- to-peer network systems: Novell Netware Lite 1.

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