Description of Microsoft Windows 95 Service Pack 1 Components

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This article contains information about the components (add-ons) includedwith Microsoft Windows 95 Service Pack 1.For additional information about obtaining Microsoft Windows 95 Service Pack 1, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
142794 Availability of Microsoft Windows 95 Service Pack 1
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The following components are included with Microsoft Windows 95 ServicePack 1.

Microsoft 32-Bit DLC Protocol for Windows 95

The Data Link Control (DLC) protocol is used primarily to access IBMmainframe and IBM AS/400 computers. The 32-bit DLC protocol software forWindows 95 enables a network administrator to add support for 32-bit and16-bit DLC programs. Host terminal-emulation programs use this protocolto communicate directly with mainframe computers. The DLC protocol is notused for general networking with Windows 95.

Microsoft Exchange Update

File: Exchng32.exe
New File Version: 4.0.410.87

File: Mapi.dll
New file version: 4.0.410.85

File: Mapi32.dll
New file version: 4.0.410.88

File: Msfs32.dll
New file version: 4.0.441.26

File: Wgpoadmn.dll
New file version: 4.0.441.20

File: Wmsui32.dll
New file version: 4.0.410.89

This update provides a version of Microsoft Exchange that supersedes theversion of Microsoft Exchange included with Windows 95. The updated versionprovides fixes and enables users running Microsoft Exchange with Windows 95to access their Microsoft Mail shared folders. (The Microsoft Mailinformation service included with Windows 95 does not provide access toshared folders.) For additional information about this update, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
141127 SFS Post Office Shared Folders Not Available with MS Exchange

Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0

Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 makes browsing the Internet as easy asusing Windows 95, provides speed and functionality, and deliverscompatibility with today's standards while innovating for the future.

Microsoft Service for NetWare Directory Services

The Microsoft Service for NetWare Directory Services and the MicrosoftClient for NetWare Networks provide full client support for NetWareDirectory Services.

If you are a network administrator and your site uses NetWare version4.0x and 4.1 servers, install this service to provide fullWindows 95 networking support to your NetWare client users.

Windows 95 Infrared Driver version 1.0

The Windows 95 Infrared driver enables you to use IrDA devices to connectto peripheral devices or other Windows 95-based computers without usingcables.

You should install the Windows 95 Infrared driver if your computer isequipped with an infrared (IrDA-compatible) device that you want to usewith Windows 95. Windows 95 Service Pack 1 includes the InfraredCommunications Driver version 1.0. Infrared Communications Driver version2.0 is now available as a separate download. For additional information about Infrared Communications Driver version 2.0, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
139445 Windows 95 Support for Infrared Data Association Connectivity

Windows 95 SLIP and Scripting Support for Dial-Up Networking

Windows 95 Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) support enables you to useDial-Up Networking to connect to any remote access server that uses theSLIP standard. For more information about SLIP, see the Microsoft Windows95 Resource Kit.

Scripting support makes it possible for you to use scripts with Dial-UpNetworking. Many online service providers require you to enter informationsuch as your user name and password in order to establish a connection.With Dial-Up Scripting, you can write a script to automate this process.For additional information about this component, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
135315 CD-ROM Extras for Microsoft Windows 95 Upgrade

Microsoft Word Viewer

Microsoft Word Viewer version 7.1 enables you to view and print documentscreated with Microsoft Word for Windows, even if you do not have Word forWindows. When you display a document in Word Viewer, it appears exactly asit would in Word; when you print a document, it looks just as if you hadprinted it from Word. Although you cannot use Word Viewer to editdocuments, you can copy information from Word documents and activate OLEobjects embedded within them. For additional information about this component, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
135315 CD-ROM Extras for Microsoft Windows 95 Upgrade
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