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NCPLIST(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		    NCPLIST(1)

NAME
     ncplist — display various information about ncplib and NetWare servers

SYNOPSIS
     ncplist command [arguments]

DESCRIPTION
     The ncplist utility displays the state of ncplib and NetWare servers.
     The first argument is a one-letter command that may be followed by
     arguments.

     The commands are:

     b server type [pattern]
	     Lists bindery objects of type on a specified server.  The type
	     argument can be one of the following:

		   Type	    Meaning
		   user	    bindery users
		   group    bindery groups
		   pserver  bindery print servers
		   tree	    tree name hosted by given server

	     Note that if you are not logged in to the specified server, the
	     list may be incomplete or empty.

     c	     List active NCP connections on the local machine.

     s [server]
	     Display NetWare servers known to a given server.  If no server is
	     specified, the nearest server will be used.

     u server
	     Displays a list of users logged in on a given server.  If you are
	     not logged in to the specified server, the list will be empty.

     q server [pattern]
	     Displays bindery queues on a given server.

     v server
	     Displays mounted volumes on a given server.

IMPLEMENTATION NOTES
     This utility is provided mostly for educational purposes.

FILES
     ~/.nwfsrc	    keeps description for each connection.  See
		    /usr/share/examples/nwclient/dot.nwfsrc for details.

HISTORY
     The ncplist utility first appeared in FreeBSD 4.0.

AUTHORS
     Boris Popov ⟨bp@butya.kz⟩, ⟨rbp@chat.ru⟩

BUGS
     Please report any bugs to the author.

BSD				 June 24, 1999				   BSD
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