Novell Netware Send

This application shows connected servers and logged users in comboboxes.

win32send.gif (3745 bytes)

The sample uses following Novell functions:
  • NWGetConnectionHandle
  • NWGetObjectID
  • NWGetFileServerInformation
  • NWGetConnectionInformation
  • NWSendBroadcastMessage
  • NWGetMaximumConnections
  • NWGetConnectionList
  • NWGetFileServerName
  • NWGetConnectionIDFromName
  • NWGetFileServerDescription
  • NWGetFileServerInformation

To compile or run you need to install Novell SDK(.LIB and .DLL files) from http://developer.novell.com

Download demo project - 23 KB



Comments

  • What NDK do I need?

    Posted by Legacy on 12/15/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Cody

    On the http://developer.novell.com/ site, there are more than one NDKs. Which one is needed to compile/run this program?

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