Hello Fritz,

You wrote:
>To manage the Netserver, you'll need to get Ops Nav up and running.
>It's not very easy to do this through a green screen.

Well, actually it is -- someone has done the hard work for you.  This
append might just count as a bit over the top  . . .

+++++++++++ VENDOR WARNING +++++++++++
We have a product called ONcmd that lets you configure and manage
NetServer from the command line or CL programs using familiar ADD, CHG,
DSP, RMV, RTV, and WRK commands.  Anything related to NetServer that you
can do with OpsNav you can also do with ONcmd.  You can learn more about
it at http://www.flybynight.com.au/oncmd.html

It also lets you manage other things like HTTP servers, HOST servers, TCP
servers, NFS servers, validation lists, point-to-point users, QAQQINI
options, etc.  It is inexpensive -- especially considering the current
exchange rate.  The Australian dollar is not worth much compared to US
Dollars or Pounds Sterling.

Simon Coulter.

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