You work as a network administrator at CERT killer .com. The CERT killer .com network has two Windows 2000 servers, one Novell Net Ware 6.5 server and 250 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. You add 10 new Windows XP Professional clients to the network. However, users of the new clients complain that they cannot connect
only to the NetWare server. They can connect to the Windows 2000 servers. Other users do not have the same problem. What is the MOST probable cause of this problem?
A. Gateway Services for NetWare (GSNW) has not been installed on the new clients. B. Client Services for NetWare (CSNW) has not been installed on the new clients. C. File and Print Services for NetWare (FPNW) has not been installed on the new clients. D. NDS has not been configured on the new clients.
Client services for netware (csnw) has not been installed on the new clients.-client services for netware (csnw) is required for a windows workstation to access netware servers. it seems csnw has not been installed on the new clients.incorrect answers:a: gateway services for netware (gsnw) is installed on a windwos server, not on the client. furthermore, if the network relied on gsnw for client acess, and there was a probelem with gsnw, all clients would not be ablke to connect ot the netware server.c: file and print services for netware (fpnw) allows novell clients to access files and printers hosted on a windows nt server.d: nds is configured on the netware server, not on the windows clients.references:david groth and toby skandier, network+ study guide (4th edition), sybex, alameda ca, 2005, p. 120, 220.