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Net Smart - Helps network dumb programs use environment variables as filenames from within your programs the say way you can in batch files. (uses %username% , etc.).

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Helps network dumb programs run.


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Net Smart – Helps network dumb programs use environment variables as filenames from within your programs the say way you can in batch files. (uses %username% , etc.).
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NS.EXE 15328 9281 deflated

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Computer Tyme NetSmart * Version 1.21 * Release Date: 11-28-92
Copyright 1990-92 by Marc Perkel * All Rights Reserved

Computer Tyme * 411 North Sherman, Suite 300 * Springfield Mo. 65802
Voice: 417-866-1222 * Modem: 417-866-1665 * Fax: 417-866-0135 * USA

This program is part of a utilities package. Before registering it
you might want to try out some of the other programs in the package.

You can download these other programs from our BBS at 417-866-1665 or
from our section on Compuserve. (GO COMPTYME) If you have any questions
feel free to call us.


Evaluation Version. This program is not registered.
If you want to use it you need to buy a copy.


Price: $95/Server, $995/Unlimited

This program helps make network dumb programs run better on a network.

It does this by allowing you to use filenames that contain referrences
to environment variables. These referrences are allowed in BATCH files
but not DOS programs. NetSmart solves this problem.

NetSmart also intercepts file access calls and translates compatibility
mode (or network dumb mode) to the more advanced sharing modes. The /L
option allows for liberal translation which could be somewhat dangerous
but is handy for very dumb programs.

By it's nature, this program isn't going to work with everything. If
it works, it works. If it doesn't, then don't use it.

Usage: NS (/L)
Example:
SET USERNAME=MARC
NS XCOPY F:\HOME\%USERNAME%\*.* A:

In this example, NS will translate the %USERNAME% into a file name
that DOS can handle.

When installing network dumb software, you can use environment variable
referrences for things like path names for configuration files. Thus, a
program that normally only gives you one filename option need not be
installed in every users directory.

NS is not exacltly a TSR. It unloads itself each time it is run so
you have to use the NS command each time you use it. This way,
NetSmart only takes up memory with programs that need to use it.

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Springfield Mo. 65802 USA

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==> NetSmart * Version 1.21 * Release Date: 11-28-92

==> Price: $95/Server, $995/Unlimited


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