LAN WorkGroup

LAN WorkGroup
   Novell's connectivity package that is located and managed centrally from the NetWare file server. The system includes transparent file sharing, terminal emulation, remote command execution, and printer-redirection features for both MS-DOS and Windows clients. The LAN WorkGroup differs from its standalone counterpart, LAN WorkPlace, in that it can be managed from the file server.
   See also LAN WorkPlace.

Dictionary of networking . 2014.

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