Definition of Network Client Administrator in The Network Encyclopedia.
What is Network Client Administrator?
A Microsoft Windows NT administrative tool for installing client software on client machines. You can use Network Client Administrator to:
Create network installation startup disks for booting a client machine, connecting to a distribution server, and installing a client operating system (such as Windows 95 or Microsoft Network Client 3.0 for MS-DOS). You must configure the disk for the particular network interface card (NIC) used by the client machine.
Create a set of installation disks to manually install Microsoft Network Client 3.0 for MS-DOS, Remote Access v1.1a for MS-DOS, TCP/IP-32 for Windows for Workgroups, or LAN Manager 2.2c on client machines.
Install tools for administering Windows NT–based servers on machines running Windows NT Workstation, Windows 95, and Windows 98.
Share the client-based network administration tools.