Running NWADMIN from a local copy within WINDOWS 95 and then making a RAS connection to a WinFrame Server.
To run the NWADMIN from the local PC from within WINDOWS 95 to make the connection to a WinFrame Server, you will need the following:
1-NWCLIENT 32 for WINDOWS 95.
2-NWADMIN.EXE from the SYS:PUBLIC directory from your NetWare 4.x Server.
4-WinFrame with a RAS connection available for dialin for the remote node connection.
The first thing that needs to be done is to install the NetWare Client 32bit for Windows 95 from NOVELL, This can be Down/Loaded from Novells web site, or FTP site.
Then install this client as you connection to NETWARE, in MAIN/CONTROL PANEL/NETWORK then add client software.
At this point you will need to configure a DIAL UP NETWORKING connection or (RAS CONNECTION) to the WinFrame server, and makeing sure to specify the user and password to be authenticated into the RAS server.
Then the dialup connection will be established and at that point the system will need to authenticated into NETWARE and this will prompt you for the password. This is the remote node portion of the dialup connection.
The last step in this is that you will now start the NWADMIN.exe which is running locally on the hard drive either from WINDOWS EXPLORER or a SHORTCUT to the NWADMIN utility. At this point it will take a certain period of time so it can update the NWADMIN for the complete NETWARE environment, then you should be able to work in NWADMIN as you would normally do.
Their will be .DLLs associated that will be needed for this to work correctlly and they will need to be placed locally in the systems path or specifically in the root drive of the system.
NWADMIN.EXE and NWADMIN.INI
Most of these .DLLs can be obtained from SYSPUBLIC directory from the NetWare file server.
You will also need to copy all of the UNI codes in the PUBLIC/NLS DIR to your local Hard drive.