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The terms and conditions of the software is an unlimited user license described in the README.TXT file, available for download as README.EXE in the same locations as the software.To download the software from the MSDL, dial (425) 936-6735. To obtain the software from Microsoft Inside sales call (800) 426-9400 and request SKU #2723850V100.The Microsoft Network Client software contains the following networkclients and software: LAN Manager Basic Client Software for MS-DOS(R) Clients LAN Manager Enhanced Software for MS-DOS Clients LAN Manager Client Software for OS/2 Clients TCP/IP Protocol Stack Microsoft Data Link Control (DLC) Protocol Microsoft Remote Access Service (RAS) Client NetWare(R) Client Software for MS-DOS ClientsBefore you can run the Setup program to install the Microsoft NetworkClient, you must download the appropriate disk image files, and createfloppy disk installation sets of the Network Client files. For MS-DOS basedclients, there are five files that you must download. For OS/2 basedclients, there are four files that you must download. Each file is a self-extracting zip file that expands into a disk image of one of theinstallation disks.Within the respective MS-DOS and OS/2 client download areas, the filenaming convention is DSKx-n.EXE (for MS-DOS based clients) OS23-n.EXE (for OS/2 based clients)where x specifies the size of the floppy disk (3 for 3.5-inch 1.44 MBfloppies, or 5 for 5.25-inch 1.2 MB floppies), and n specifies the disknumber (1 to 5 for MS-DOS based client, 1 to 4 for OS/2 based client).To create a floppy disk installation set, use the following syntax to copyeach of the disk images to an external drive <filename> -d <destination drive>at the command prompt. The -d indicates that the directories on DSK3-1.EXEare to be copied onto a disk located in the B drive. For example, to createa 3.5-inch (1.44 MB) floppy disk of DSK3-1.EXE, type the following: DSK3-1.EXE -d b:For the Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS, label each of the five disksas follows: ZIP FILE DISK LABEL ===================================== DSKx-1.EXE Setup DSKx-2.EXE Drivers1 DSKx-3.EXE Drivers2 DSKx-4.EXE Remote Access Service DSKx-5.EXE NetWare(R) ClientFor the Microsoft Network Client for OS/2, label each of the four disks asfollows: ZIP FILE DISK LABEL ================================== OS23-1.EXE OS/2 Setup OS23-2.EXE OS/2 Workstation 1 OS23-3.EXE OS/2 Workstation 2 OS23-4.EXE OS/2 Driver 1Microsoft Network Client Documentation Offer============================================Microsoft offers full printed documentation for the Microsoft NetworkClients (either with or without disks), including the following titles: Installation Guide for Clients User's Guide for Microsoft Windows(TM) Clients User's Guide for MS-DOS(R) Clients NetWare Connectivity GuideTo order or obtain further information about these products call MicrosoftInside Sales at (800) 426-9400 and ask about either of the followingproducts: Part #272-055-040 Microsoft Network Client 2.2 MLP Documentation Kit (contains printed documentation only) Part #2723850V100 Microsoft Network Client Pack (same as above, but includes disks)When you order the Documentation Kit, please indicate that you would liketo order the documentation (part #272-055-040) for the Network Clientsoftware that is posted on the Internet. (Ordering documentation usuallyrequires proof of purchase.)**************************************************************************Your Guide to Service and Support for the Microsoft Network Client PackADVANCED SYSTEMS PRODUCTS SUPPORT OPTIONS=========================================The following support services are available from Microsoft for MicrosoftAdvanced Systems products, including Microsoft Mail Server and itsgateways, SQL Server, LAN Manager, Windows NT, Windows NT Advanced Server,and SNA Server.Electronic Services-------------------Microsoft Download Service:Use the Microsoft Download Service (MSDL) to access the latest technicalnotes on common advanced system products support issues by modem. MSDL isat (425) 936-6735, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, includingholidays (1200, 2400, or 9600 baud; no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit).Telephone Support-----------------Priority Telephone Support:Get technical support from a Microsoft engineer. Microsoft offers pay-as-you-go telephone support from a Microsoft engineer, available 24 hours aday, seven days a week, except holidays. Choose from these options: Per Incident: Dial (900) 555-2100. $150.00 per incident. (Charges appear on your telephone bill.) Per Incident: Dial (800) 936-5900. $150.00 per incident. (Charges billed to your Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.) 10-pack: Ten incidents for $995 prepaid.Additional Information----------------------For additional information about Microsoft support options or for a list ofMicrosoft Solution Providers, call The Microsoft Sales andInformation Group at (800) 936-3500, Monday through Friday, 6:00 A.M. to6:00 P.M., Pacific time, excluding holidays.This list includes only domestic support programs.Microsoft's customer support services are subject to Microsoft's then-current price, terms, and conditions.
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