When you install the driver, the /opt/novell/usdrv or C:\Program Files\Novell\WSDriver directory is created and populated with driver-related files and subdirectories.
The following commands are added to /usr/sbin:
Commands to start, stop, and display the status of the driver are added to the appropriate file for the connected system operating system.
The installation process adds man pages for the driver shim, change log update command, and shared memory tool to /usr/man.
The installation program places a default driver shim configuration file at /etc/usdrv.conf on Linux and UNIX. On Windows, this file is wsdrv.conf in the conf directory in the installation directory.
Support files such as DLLs for the Visual C++ runtime are installed on Windows systems in the WinSxS directory (usually C:\Windows\WinSxS). If the driver shim is uninstalled, these files are removed.