There are two compelling reasons for switching to Netserver:
      - It is far less intrusive to the Windows 95/98/NT client, as it
doesn't insert a foreign device driver into to the client.  Therefore, the
client tends to be more stable, and doesn't comsume as much resouce.  (This
is important on laptops that occasionally run on batteries, especially
since the file driver was activated even if no connections were available.)
      - The security default of not sharing any files or directories unless
they are explicitly marked as sharable is much better;  it is the safest
way to eliminate the danger of a late night system operator dragging QSYS
to the trash can.

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