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LAN Server

(1) An earlier network operating system from IBM that ran as a server application under OS/2 and supported DOS, Windows and OS/2 clients. Originally based on LAN Manager when OS/2 was jointly developed by IBM and Microsoft, starting with LAN Server 3.0, it ran only under IBM's version of OS/2.

LAN Server provided disk mirroring, CID capability and Network Transport Services/2 (NTS/2) for concurrent access to NetWare servers. Options were LAN Server for the Macintosh for Mac client access and System Performance/2 (SP/2), a series of network management utilities. See CID.

(2) (LAN server) A file server in a local area network (LAN). See file server.
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Some campuses had no less than five different network operating systems--Banyan Vines, Digital PathWorks, IBM LAN Server, Novell NetWare, and Microsoft LAN Manager.
1 supports all leading networks including Novell NetWare, Banyan VINES, Windows NT Advanced Server, Desk to Desk, Windows for Workgroups, IBM LAN Server, Artisoft Lantastic, and all NetBIOS compatible LANs.
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2 and its related family of client-server computing products run across all leading networks, including Microsoft LAN Manager, Novell NetWare, IBM LAN Server and Banyan VINES.
The cards support IBM token-ring drivers included with many popular operating systems, including Windows(R) XP, NetWare(R) and IBM LAN Server, and has received security clearances from multiple federal law enforcement and service agencies.
The M8195 functions with the IBM token-ring drivers included with many popular operating systems, including Windows(R) XP, NetWare(R) and IBM LAN Server, and has received security clearances from multiple federal law enforcement and service agencies.
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The Eclipse offers Internet/intranet http support and seamlessly integrates with Novell NetWare, Microsoft Windows and LAN Manager, IBM LAN Server, as well as UNIX.
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The Type 1 PCMCIA card includes both 10Base-T and 10Base2 connectors and supports most networking protocols including Novell NetWare, Microsoft LAN Manager, Windows for Workgroups and IBM LAN Server.
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