NetWare command files

NetWare command files
   Text files created by the network administrator containing a series of Novell NetWare commands and the appropriate modifying parameters.
   NetWare command files execute just as though you typed the commands at the NetWare console, and they have the filename extension .NCF. For example, AUTOEXEC.NCF contains server configuration information used by SERVER.EXE when starting the server.

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