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The CNW Commander V2.53



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January 9, 2007 12:00 pm

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The CNW Commander has been tested in the following OS environments:

  • NetWare OES (with or without SP3)
  • NetWare 6.5 (with or without SP6)
  • NetWare 6 (with or without SP5)
  • NetWare 5.1 (with or without SP8)
  • NetWare 5 (with or without SP6A)
  • NetWare 4.11/4.2 (with or without SP8A or SP9)

The CNW Commander is the ultimate file manager of the NetWare server console.

Its main features:

  • two panels
  • perform NDS and bindery authentication to remote servers
  • deal with local and remote volumes
  • history and favorites
  • full cluster-compatibility
  • access the local SYS:_NETWARE directory
  • deal with local DOS drives
  • handle DOS and LONG names
  • select directories/files
  • copy and rename/move directories/files
    • transfer LONG name, flags, rights, ownership, and directory quota
    • preserve compression
  • delete directories/files
  • create directories
  • set flags of directories/files
  • view files
    • text, binary, hexadecimal, and double-byte views
    • search
  • edit files
    • search and replace
    • undo and redo
  • find files
    • find/salvage/purge deleted files
    • advanced search options: search by text/size/date
    • export results to file
  • directory/file information
  • open file information
  • volume information
  • server information
  • compare panels
  • directory tree
  • purge deleted files
  • uncompress files
  • change the LONG name of single directories/files
  • open emergency console
  • restart local server in a brutal way
  • generate file SERVDATA.NDS
  • zip/unzip by using HRZIP.NLM/HRUNZIP.NLM
  • split file / join files
  • compare files by content
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Categories: NetWare, Open Enterprise Server

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