This article was previously published under Q156429
Some utilities that are included with NetWare 3.1x and NetWare 4.x do notwork with Windows NT 4.0 running Client Services or Gateway Services forNetWare.
To find out what NetWare utilities are compatible with Windows NT 4.0,perform the following steps:
Go to Control Panel
Click on GSNW or CSNW
Click Help Topics
Click Run 16-Bit Utilities and NetWare-Aware Applications
The following is the list of supported 16-bit NetWare Utilities.
MS-DOS 16-Bit NetWare Utilities
You can use the Explorer or the net use command to perform the samefunctions as the NetWare attach, capture, login, and logout utilities,which are not supported and can cause failures. Use the net view command toperform the same function as the NetWare slist utility. Like the NetWarecapture command, the net use command enables MS-DOS and Windowsapplications to print to a specific port. In addition, you can use thePrinters folder to connect to printer queues.
Utility Issue ------- ----- chkvol None colorpal None dspace None flag None flagdir None fconsole None filer None grant None help None listdir None map None ncopy None ndir None pconsole None psc None pstat None rconsole Servers don't show if rconsole is run from a 4.x server. remove None revoke None rights None security None send None session Search mapping is not supported; will always map as root. setpass None settts None slist None syscon None tlist None userlist None volinfo If update interval = 5, this command executes very slowly. whoami None
NOTE: The Send and Whoami commands are not supported when connected to anNDS server.