Currently, there are three different models for communication between file servers and clients. Keep in mind this viewpoint has nothing (much) to do with the transport protocol, but is concerned with the access of resources on the network. They are:
In Windows 2000, Microsoft provides only 2 clients: Client for Microsoft Networks, which allows you to log into Windows domains and is installed by default, and Client Services for Netware, which allows you to access resources on Novell servers. You may install the Client Services for Netware client by clicking the Install button in the properties of a network connection, selecting Clients and clicking Add.
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