A local-area network (LAN) operating system developed by Novell Corporation. NetWare is a software product that runs on a variety of different types of LANs, from Ethernets to IBM token-ring networks. It provides users and programmers with a consistent interface that is independent of the actual hardware used to transmit messages.
- NetWare Loadable Module
Known as an NLM, it is software that enhances or provides additional functions in a NetWare 3.x or higher server. Support for database engines, workstations, network protocols, fax and print servers are examples. The NetWare 2.x counterpart is a VAP.
- Net PC
Also called a Network PC, a type of network computer designed cooperatively by Microsoft and Intel. In some respects, the Net PC is really just a scaled-down PC since it is able to execute Windows applications locally. However, it also includes features to simplify connecting it to a network and to administer it remotely. Net […]
- Net send
Net send is used to send messages to any host on network (LAN or the Internet) where messenger service is running. This will send a message to a particular user and a pop-up dialog box will appear on their screen.
Pronounced net-booey, NetBEUI is short for NetBios Extended User Interface. It is an enhanced version of the NetBIOS protocol used by network operating systems such as LAN Manager, LAN Server, Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95 and Windows NT. Netbeui was originally designed by IBM for their Lan Manager server and later extended by Microsoft and […]
Netbus, also called Netbus Trojan, is a Win32-based Trojan program. Authored by Carl-Frederik Neikter, it first appeared in March 1998 and is one of the most famous Trojans created. Netbus Trojan needs to be executed by the user for it to be installed. Once executed by the user it will install itself in such a […]