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Preparing the Workstations

The NPLSecure Client must be installed on each workstation to be used.

Installation steps:

Step 1. Before starting, the user should make sure that the workstation can access the server. This may involve setting up the appropriate user accounts on the server. One way to test it is to see if the user can open a shared folder on the server. Another test is to 'ping servername' from a command prompt on the client to ensure the client can see the server. If you get a timeout, there's something wrong.

NOTE: Always use 'ping' with the exact servername used. If this is a UNC name (e.g. \\server), you can't 'ping \\server' to test it, and 'ping server' is testing something entirely different. If you are unsure of the servername in use, run SEMCOUNT.OBJ on the server to obtain the information.

Step 2. If installing on Windows 95, download DCOM95.EXE from Microsoft's web site and install it.