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Chapter 1 - Using VINES with a Windows 3.1 Client

Overview of Windows

Running Windows with VINES

Starting Windows

Running Applications

Getting Help

Exiting Windows

Where to Go from Here

Chapter 2 - Logging In and Out of Windows 3.1 Client

Before You Begin

Windows Software

VINES Network Software

Your User Name

Your Password

Logging In

Your User Profile

Initial Screen Display

If You Have Problems Logging In

VINES and Windows Upgrade Messages

Messages When Starting Your Workstation

Messages When Starting Windows

Changing Your Password

Logging Out

Loggin In from Remote Location

Chapter 3 - Connecting to Network Drives from a Windows 3.1 Client

About Network Drives

Using File Manager

Disconnecting from a Network Drive

Choosing the Network Connections Command

Adding a Network Connection

Disconnecting from a Network Drive

Using the SETDRIVE Command

Chapter 4 - Printing with a Windows 3.1 Client

Overview of Network Printing

How a VINES Print Service Communicates

How Network Printing Works

Printing from Windows Applications

Printing from Non-Windows Applications

Using Print Manager

Viewing Print Jobs

Controlling Print Jobs

Viewing the Network Queue

Viewing Other Network Queues

Connecting to Network Printers

Choosing the Network Connections Command

Adding a Network Connection

Bypassing Print Manager

Troubleshooting Tips

Chapter 5 - Using the VINES Messages Application with a Windows 3.1 Client

Viewing and Sending Network Messages

Reading Messages

Starting VINES Messages

Managing Your Messages

Viewing Your Message Log

Setting Options

Deleting Messages

Sending Messages

Using the Send Dialog Box

Addressing a Message

Composing a Message

Sending a Message

Browsing for Recipients

Using the Browse Recipients Dialog Box

Using the Subsets Command

Chapter 6 - Managing Windows 3.1 on Your VINES Workstation

Using the Network Icon

Viewing Status Information

Setting Network Options

Running Windows with VINES

Protected Network Connections

Creating PIF Files

Running TSRs

PC Dial-in Support

PCPRINT Support

Named Pipe Support

Memory Managers

Chapter 7 - Using a Windows NT or Windows 95 Client on a Banyan Network

Overview of Windows

Running Applications

Getting Help

Overview of the Banyan Client

Locating Banyan Applications

Getting Help

Login and Logout

Property Sheets for Windows 95

Newrev for Windows 95

Accessing Network File Services

Printing

Messages

Where to Go from Here

Chapter 8 - Logging In and Out of Windows NT or Windows 95 Clients

Before You Login

Logging Into Windows NT or Windows 95 and the Banyan Network

Logging In

Your StreetTalk Username

Your Password

Password Characteristics

Using Common Login

Logging Into The Banyan Network with Windows NT

To Log Into Windows NT Using Common Login

To Log Into Windows NT Without Common Login

Logging Into The Banyan Network with Windows 95

To Log Into Windows 95 Using Common Login

To Log Into Windows 95 Without Common Login

Viewing the Login Status Dialog Box

Network Drives

Network Printers

Mail Service

Colors

Postlogin Commands

To Change the Login Status Timeout for Windows NT

To Change the Login Status Timeout for Windows 95

Ensuring Critical Drive Mappings During Login

Logging Out

To Log Out Of The Banyan Network

To Log Out of the Banyan Network and Windows

Changing Your Banyan and Windows Passwords

To Change Your Banyan and Windows NT Passwords

To Change Your Banyan and Windows 95 Passwords

Changing an Expired Password

If You Have Problems Logging In

Upgrade Messages for Windows 95

Newrev Dialog Box

To Newrev

Chapter 9 - Connecting to Network Drives with Windows NT or Windows 95

About Network Drives

Using File Manager or Explorer

Using File Manager

Using Explorer

Managing Network Drives for Windows NT Clients

To Map Network Drives for Windows NT Clients

Searching for Network Drives for Windows NT Clients

To Disconnect Network Drives for Windows NT Clients

Managing Network Drives for Windows 95 Clients

To Map Network Drives for Windows 95 Clients

Searching for Network Drives for Windows 95 Clients

Directory and File Security

To Disconnect Network Drives for Windows 95 Clients

Chapter 10 - Printing From Your Windows NT or Windows 95 Client

Overview of Network Printing

How Network Printing Works

Printing from Windows Applications

Printing from Non-Windows Applications

Viewing Print Jobs

Managing Network Printers for Windows NT Clients

Setting Up Printers for Windows NT Applications

Setting Up Printers for DOS Applications

Using the Print Service Options Dialog Box with Windows NT Clients

Viewing Printer Properties from Windows NT Clients

Viewing Print Jobs from Windows NT Clients

Removing Network Printers from a Windows NT Client

Managing Network Printers for Windows 95 Clients

Setting Up Printers for Windows 95 Clients

Using the Print Service Options Dialog Box with Windows 95 Clients

Viewing and Setting Printer Properties for Windows 95 Clients

Viewing Print Jobs from Windows 95 Clients

Removing Network Printers from Windows 95 Clients

Troubleshooting Tips

Chapter 11 - Using the Banyan Messages Application with a Windows NT or Windows 95 Client

Reading Messages

To View the Message History

To Delete Messages

Sending Messages

Using the Send Dialog Box

To Send a Message

Searching for Addresses

To Search for Addresses

Adding StreetTalk Search Patterns

Setting Message Notification Options

Appendix A - VINES Messages Reference

Using the Menu Bar

Using the Control Menu

Using the Message Menu

Using the Edit Menu

Using the Options Menu

Using the Help Menu