Network Client 3.0 for MS-DOS

Definition of Network Client 3.0 for MS-DOS in The Network Encyclopedia.

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What is Network Client 3.0 for MS-DOS?

An add-on for MS-DOS that allows MS-DOS-based workstations to use resources such as shared folders, printers, and applications on a Microsoft network. Using Network Client, an MS-DOS-based workstation can participate in both workgroups and Windows NT domains.

Network Client must be installed on a machine that already has MS-DOS installed on it. Network Client has limited support for TCP/IP networking functionality such as Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), and Domain Name System (DNS).

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You can create installation disks for Network Client using the Network Client Administrator tool in Windows NT.

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If you can’t remember the syntax for Network Client commands when you use the MS-DOS command prompt, type net to load and open the Network Client pop-up command interface.

Network Client cannot function as a master browser, so if you want to browse network resources using Network Client, a master browser must already be installed on the network.