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DEFINITION: NetWare, made by Novell, is a widely-installed network server operating system. Initially very successful in installing its products in large and small office local area networks (LANs), Novell redesigned (or at least refeatured) NetWare to work successfully as part of larger and heterogeneous networks, including the Internet. A early - and primary competitor was the Microsoft Windows NT operating  … 
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Posted: 01 Jul 2010 | Published: 01 Jul 2010

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NETWARE DEFINITION (continued): … NetWare, made by Novell, is a widely-installed network server operating system. Initially very successful in installing its products in large and small office local area networks (LANs), Novell redesigned (or at least refeatured) NetWare to work successfully as part of larger and heterogeneous networks, including the Internet. A early - and primary competitor was the Microsoft Windows NT operating system.
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