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NOVELL TECHNICAL INFORMATION DOCUMENT

TITLE: RELOG.EXE sample from Oct/Nov '93 Bullets
DOCUMENT ID: TID100017
DOCUMENT REVISION: A
DATE: 05JAN94
ALERT STATUS: Yellow
INFORMATION TYPE: Issue
README FOR: RELOG1.EXE

NOVELL PRODUCT and VERSION:
NetWare C Interface for DOS 1.2

ABSTRACT:

RELOG1.EXE contains the program RELOG which is discussed in an article in the
Novell Professional Developers "Bullets", Vol 5 Number 10, October/November
1993 issue. RELOG is sample code that enables users to automatically log back
in to NetWare 3.x servers after connections are lost and regained, and remaps
the workstation's drives.


DISCLAIMER
THE ORIGIN OF THIS INFORMATION MAY BE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL TO NOVELL. NOVELL
MAKES EVERY EFFORT WITHIN ITS MEANS TO VERIFY THIS INFORMATION. HOWEVER, THE
INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY. NOVELL
MAKES NO EXPLICIT OR IMPLIED CLAIMS TO THE VALIDITY OF THIS INFORMATION.


ISSUE

RELOG.EXE enables users to automatically log back in to NetWare 3.x
servers after connections are lost and regained, and remaps the
workstation's drives.

This code was created with the intention of being added to an existing
application. The program, however, can be run separately as a stand-alone
application. The code is provided AS IS and carries NO GUARANTEES
whatsoever. It should be noted that this particular program will not be
enhanced or extended in any fashion. The Developer is free to extend,
alter, modify, drop any piece of the code. Novell is not committed to
making this program work in your environment.

This is an Example Program ONLY.

This program was tested under several different configurations but does
not take into account all existing configurations. The approach was to
develop a very generic program with the purpose of having the developer
customize it to his/her particular operating environment.

An article on this program can be found the Novell Professional
Developers "Bullets", Vol 5 Number 10, October/November 1993 issue.

The program was compiled with Borland C++ v3.1 and the NetWare C
Interface for DOS Libraries v1.20.


Self-Extracting File Name: RELOG1.EXE Revision: A

Files Included Size Date Time

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RELOG1.TXT (This File)
RELOG.C 28201 01-04-94 6:22p
RELOG.EXE 57252 01-04-94 6:48p



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