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2002\03\03@071755 by Edson Brusque

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Hello,

   someone knows how can I acess TCPMicrosoft Network (File and Printer
Sharing for Microsoft Networks) by TCP/IP protocol on an MS-DOS machine?

   My network connection is working. I can acess my Windows machine from my
DOS machine using FTP, but haven't found a way to map drives.

   Thank you very much,

   Brusque

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2002\03\03@131447 by M. Adam Davis

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What are you currenlty using to make the initial tcp/ip connection and ftp?

-Adam

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2002\03\03@133320 by Richard Fredell

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>     someone knows how can I acess TCPMicrosoft Network (File and Printer
> Sharing for Microsoft Networks) by TCP/IP protocol on an MS-DOS machine?

This page sprynt.sghms.ac.uk/computing/dos_net.html#msclient
discusses networking in DOS.  I've used the workgroup addon for DOS but only
with NetBEUI, although it is supposed to support TCP/IP as well.

Richard Fredell

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2002\03\03@192253 by Jon Baker

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>     someone knows how can I acess TCPMicrosoft Network (File and Printer
> Sharing for Microsoft Networks) by TCP/IP protocol on an MS-DOS machine?
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>     My network connection is working. I can acess my Windows machine from
my
> DOS machine using FTP, but haven't found a way to map drives.

I dont know about IP, but when I'm creating or using ghost disk images over
the network
I connect to one of our servers using IPX.. and then the 'net use' command.
Found that IPX
was easier to get working when all I had to work with was a boot disk.

If you already have packet drivers and an IP stack running then it should
just be a matter of
locating the exe files for net command.

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2002\03\03@214654 by mooseman

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microsoft at one time had a dos client for windows networking.
i know this because i ran across a copy one time, and it actually works.

i don't remember if it is available as a download on the ms site or not.

it is fairly hard on memory if i recall.
i probably have a copy hanging around, but i doubt it is public domain.

moose.

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2002\03\03@224012 by Edson Brusque

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Hello Adam, Richard, Baker, Barry and Mooseman:

   thank you very much for the tips. I finally managed to have the DOS
machine connected to the Windows machines (now I just need a Linux machine
:^).

   I've found very usefull tips at
http://www.wown.com/j_helmig/dosclien.htm and found that you would like to
see this page.

   Best regards,

   Brusque

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2002\03\04@145704 by Peter L. Peres

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Microsoft has a package for this. I have it. I do not use it and I can't
find it now. Search the new for SMB and DOS.

Peter

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2002\03\04@195841 by miked

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Yes, I have run that(with SAMABA even). Limited NIC support. I couldn't find it
when I went back to their site to download it again.

>microsoft at one time had a dos client for windows networking.
i know this because i ran across a copy one time, and it actually works.

i don't remember if it is available as a download on the ms site or not.

it is fairly hard on memory if i recall.
i probably have a copy hanging around, but i doubt it is public domain.

moose.<

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2002\03\05@041803 by Alan B. Pearce

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>>microsoft at one time had a dos client for windows networking.
>i know this because i ran across a copy one time, and it actually works.

>i don't remember if it is available as a download on the ms site or not.

>it is fairly hard on memory if i recall.
>i probably have a copy hanging around, but i doubt it is public domain.

It comes on the WinNT CD's, certainly the server version, not sure about the
Workstation version.

Not that the DOS version does have restrictions. IIRC it will not do
incoming drive mapping, and I think it does not do TCP.

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