“Modules.exe” allows you to query a NetWare server for loaded NLMs. The output can be configured to specify the information you need
- Select the output format
- Select the target server.
The list shows only servers that you are connected to. If required, connect by mapping a drive or access a path on that server.
You will need operator/administrator rights on the server to retrieve the NLM list
Available NLM data includes NLM ID NLM Filename NLM Date NLM Version NLM Title NLM Type NLM Flags NLM Parent NLM Copyright Information
Typical values for NLM Flags are 0x0001 = REENTRANT 0x0002 = MULTIPLE 0x0004 = SYNCHRONIZE 0x0008 = PSEUDOPREEMPTION
Typical values for NLM Types are 0 = NLM_GENERIC 1 = LAN_DRIVER 2 = DSK_DRIVER 3 = NAM_SPACE 4 = NLM_UTILITY 5 = MIRRORED_SERVER_LINK 6 = NLM_OS 7 = NLM_PAGED_HIGH_OS 8 = HOST_ADAPTER_MODULE 9 = CUSTOM_DEVICE_MODULE 10 = NLM_FILE_SYSTEM 11 = NLM_REAL_MODE 12 = GHOST_TYPE 13 = SMP_NORMAL_TYPE 14 = NIOS_TYPE_NLM 15 = CIOS_CAD_TYPE 16 = CIOS_CLS_TYPE 20 through 32 = NICI (Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure)
The NLM parent indicates the ID of the NLM that caused this NLM to be loaded.
You may save the modules list in TXT/HTML/XLS format by right-clicking on the report.
XLS export is only available, if MS Excel is installed on the PC
To run the application, you must have the NetWare Client32 software installed.