Dec 082017
 
Advanced User List V1.2. Nice menu driven program to view users on a Novell network. Provides the following info on users : login scripts, Security, send message to user, etc.
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Advanced User List V1.2. Nice menu driven program to view users on a Novell network. Provides the following info on users : login scripts, Security, send message to user, etc.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
NWCALLS.DLL 145120 55905 deflated
REVISION.DOC 2274 904 deflated
ULIST.DOC 23409 7084 deflated
ULIST.EXE 131970 62862 deflated
ULIST.SIG 2248 2248 stored
WULIST.EXE 102912 24413 deflated

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Contents of the REVISION.DOC file



-- REVISION HISTORY --


Version 1.0 - November, 1992
Not released to the general public, private
distribution only.

Version 1.1 - January, 1993
Initial public release

Version 1.2 - May, 1993
1. Added ATTACH and DETACH capabilities. You can now
log in and out of any available server on your
internetwork.

2. Fixed problem with TRUSTEE ASSIGNMENTS not showing
trustee assignments for users a user has
equivalence to.

3. Integrated the Netware Client SDK. This was a
major and important change. The Netware Client
SDK provides compatibility for Netware versions
2.x, 3.x, and 4.x, as well as support for DOS,
WINDOWS, and OS/2.

Advanced Userlist WILL run under the Netware
Requester VLM.EXE, and will recognize Netware 4.x
file servers. The program WILL NOT provide all
the options (such as login scripts and print job
configurations) for Netware 4.x. These
capabilities are being evaluated and may be
incorporated in future releases.

4. The Netware Client SDK does not always indicate
the correct access level to the bindery. Some
options may return an error of 'No Such Segment'
when it should return an error of 'Insufficient
Authority'. This is only a problem for a user
running the program that does not have SUPERVISOR
equivalence, but wants to look at another users
Security Equivalences or Trustee Assignments.

5. Provide ability to display all users defined in
the bindery of a file server, not just those
currently logged in.

6. Provide ability to display either a users login
date and time or network address (not to be
confused with node address).



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