The Wogin/Wogout Evaluation Package. Copyright (C) 1989-1990 PC Comnet Inc.
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Microsoft, MS-DOS and MS-WINDOWS are trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation. PC-DOS is a trademark of IBM Corporation.
Novell and Netware are trademarks of Novell Inc.
To effectively use this package you must have PC-DOS or MS-DOS version 3.2
or higher, Novell Netware version 2.1x or 3.x, MS-WINDOWS version 2.x or
3.0. The Netware DOS shell version 3.01 or higher. The Netware IPX/SPX
driver version 3.01 or higher.
Note: There is a problem with the extended/expanded memory version of the
Netware shell when used in conjunction with DOS version 4.x. Do not
use these versions of the shell until Novell corrects this problem.
Instead, use the low dos memory version of the 3.01 shell (NET3/NET4).
Place the program file WOGIN.EXE in the directory from which it is to be
executed. Place the file LOGO.WMF into the server login directory.
Wogin is a multi-server login/logout utility for Novell Netware(R).
It is capable of logging a user into and out of multiple servers
simultaneously while at the same time creating drive mappings on a
per server basis.
Wogin features variable substitution (e.g. %LOGIN_NAME) for drive
path specifications, logo display, and supports all the different
modes of MS-WINDOWS 3.0.
We presume that you will find the WOGIN program straightforward to
use, hence this document will only cover items which may not be
ascertained through the use of the program.
If you select the USER SETTINGS icon (happy face) a dialog box will
appear that is used to create drive mappings which will be stored in
your WIN.INI file under the application heading of "WoginDriveMappings."
To display a warning message when a drive allocation fails add an
exclamation mark at the end of the drive path specification.
Unlike the Novell(R) MAP utility, WOGIN uses a numeric drive subscript
to indicate a path setting alternative. If you have access to more
than one server but login to the servers on an individual basis and
wish to create the same drive mappings use different drive
subscripts and server names, (path may be the same). The drive
subscript may also be used to create drive mappings that will take
effect only if the user has access to a designated path. To achieve
this effect include an exclamation mark at the end of the path
Variable substitution may be used to insert a variable at any point
in the path string at login time.
%LOGIN_NAME - The login or user name.
%USER_ID - The user's id number in hex form. May be used to map
to the user's mail directory.
%P_STATION - The physical station number.
%OS_VERSION - The version of dos (e.g. 3.30).
%WIN_VERSION - The version of windows being used.
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³³ ³ ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ Drive path specification.
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³³ ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ Volume name.
³³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ Server name.
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ Drive subscript (1-9).
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ Drive letter (A-Z).
The WIN.INI may also contain a section as shown below. This must be added since
it is not created by the user settings dialog. Note that if you add this
section while using windows, the settings will take effect the next time you
The "User Name" option will be ignored by the evaluation version of the
If you wish to display a company logo that is in the form of a Windows meta
file, place the logo in the server login directory and name it "LOGO.WMF."
The logo file must be less than 64K bytes in length. The "Show Logo" option
may have a value of 0-x indicating the duration in seconds that the logo
will be displayed. If Show Logo is set to 0 an attempt to load the logo will
The "Key_?" option allows you to assign up to five characters to a password
key pad key.
WOGIN is just one component of the WCONSOLE series of applications for
Windows and Netware. Please contact PC Comnet for the most up to date
information on our product line.
Products to look out for:
NAPIL - available now, a netware application programming
interface library compatible with Windows 2.x
and 3.x and with Netware 2.x and 3.x.
LOG - available now, a menu system for Netware featuring
a 'C' like interpreter.
NAPIL.DLL - second quarter 1990, 260+ function dynamic link
library for Netware 2.x and 3.x.
WCONSOLE for Windows 3.0 - starting third quarter 1990, includes WDIALOG a
multi-user lan conferencing program, WMAP a drive
mapping utility, WNETSET, WCONSOLE and others.
WPROFILE for Netware - fourth quarter 1990, a utility similar to the
SYSCON program, but featuring DOMAIN naming
DDE for Netware - fourth quarter 1990, requires IPX/SPX 3.01+ but
does not require the Netware shell. Also
interfaces with the packet assembly/disassembly
functions of NAPIL, enabling custom protocols.
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