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Novell Network | Part 4

Novell Network | Part 4

It is worth exploring another reason for the decline of NetWare over the years. Although Microsoft is certainly better spent towards the non-technical staff of many organizations, which in many cases had decision-making on purchases, the best marketing is often a reason for overstated the success of Microsoft Windows and NetWare

Novell Network | Part 3

Novell Network | Part 3

With the release of NetWare 5 in October 1998, Novell finally recognized the importance of the Internet, through its primary interface, NCP, IPX / SPX to TCP / IP. IPX / SPX was still supported, but the emphasis over TCP / IP. Novell also added a GUI in NetWare

Novell Network | Part 2

Novell Network | Part 2

Starting with NetWare 3.x, was added to 32-bit protected mode, which allowed the operating system to eliminate the limit of 16mb memory NetWare 2.x This paved the way to support larger hard disk, since NetWare 3.x held in cache (copied) in full for the RAM File Allocation Table (FAT) and

Novell Network | Part 1

Novell Network | Part 1

NetWare is a network operating system developed by Novell, which allows the networking of computers, be it DOS, Windows, Unix or Mac OS. NetWare had great success in the eighties as the first true network operating system compatible with standard IBM compatible PC and MS DOS