ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³ VERSION.197 ³ ³ ³³ ³ ³ QuarterÄÙÀÄÄYear ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ This is the 1st quarter 1997 version of the MTL on CD-ROM. This CD-ROM must be installed from the 4th quarter 1996 installation floppy disk. Installation floppy disks from previous quarters are not compatible with this CD-ROM. Micro House International +1 800-926-8299 +1 303-443-3388 ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³ Description of directories and files on this CD ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ Directories marked with a * contain files that are only accessible by the MTL engine and are of no use to you. Directories marked with a + contain files that may be useful to you. \C * Hard drive controller card documents. \DRIVERS * Software and drivers. \DRIVERS\HP + HP LJ4 Printer Drivers. If you are having trouble printing from the MTL to your HP LJ4 printer specify this directory as the "diskette provided by the manufacturer" in Windows printer setup. \DRIVERS\NETWARE + The latest DOS/Windows Netware Drivers. \FCCID + FCC ID Look Up. \INDEXES * Databases and indexes used by the MTL. PLEASE SEE THE HELP TOPIC "USING THE KEY" IN THE MTL HELP FILE FOR DETAILED INFORMATION. PRESS F1 WHILE IN THE MTL FOR HELP. CALL MICRO HOUSE PRODUCT SUPPORT IF YOU CAN NOT GET THE KEY TO WORK AT 303-443-3389. \KEY + NetSentinel(tm) Protection key utilities. If you have a BEIGE key or a NETWORK version then use these utilities. DOS TXT + How to use the key with DOS (or Windows) and IPX or NETBIOS DOSMON EXE + Network monitor program for use with DOS and IPX or NETBIOS DOSMON TXT + How to use the network monitor with DOS and IPX or NETBIOS FINDKEY EXE + Utility to see if the key can be found. For Micro House Product Support use. IXSTAT3 EXE + Utility that returns IPX/SPX information. For Micro House Product Support use. NETW311 TXT + How to use the Netware Key NLM NMONDI EXE + IPX/SPX monitor for DOS. For Micro House Product Support use. NMONDN EXE + NetBIOS monitor for DOS. For Micro House Product Support use. NMONOM EXE + Multi-protocol monitor for OS/2. See OS2MON.TXT For Micro House Product Support use. NSRVDI EXE + The Netware Key EXE (for 2.15, 2.2, 3.1x, or 4.x servers) If you want to run the key from a workstation then attach the key to any workstation and load this program on that workstation. Other users will then be able to find the key on the workstation. If you use this method then DO NOT load the NSRVNI.NLM. See NSRVNI.NLM below for more information. NSRVDN EXE + The Windows for Workgroups (or ANY NetBIOS compatible network) Key EXE. Attach the key to any workstation and load this program on that workstation. Other users will then be able to find the key on the workstation. Do not use this for Netware. Instead use NSRVDI.EXE or NSRVDI.NLM. Also see NSRVGX.EXE NSRVDN PIF + A Windows Program Information File for NSRVDN.EXE Run this to launch NSRVDN.EXE NSRVGX EXE + The Windows NT and Windows 95 Key EXE. Attach the key to any workstation and load this program on that workstation. Other users will then be able to find the key on the workstation. NSRVNI NLM + The Netware Key NLM (for 3.1x or 4.x servers) If you want to run the key from the server then attach the key to the server and load this NLM. MTL users will then be able to find the key on the server. If you use this method then DO NOT load the NSRVNI.EXE. See NSRVNI.EXE above for more information. NSRVOM EXE + The OS/2 Key EXE for use with NetBIOS and Named Pipes. Attach the key to any workstation and load this program on that workstation. Other users will then be able to find the key on the workstation. See OS2.TXT for more information. NWIPXSPX DLL + In order for the MTL to find the hardware key when it is attached to a Novell File Server, the NWIPXSPX.DLL file must be in the default Windows or Windows System directory. Use the NWIPXSPX.DLL file that is in the \KEY directory if there is not one in the Windows or System directories already. OS2 TXT + How to use the key with OS/2 OS2MON EXE + The network monitor for use with OS/2 For Micro House Product Support use. OS2MON TXT + How to use the network monitor with OS/2 OS2SNTNL SYS + OS/2 key driver. See OS2.TXT README TXT + Additional information on the key files. RHPANELP DLL + Used by the NMONOM.EXE OS/2 program. See OS2MON.TXT For Micro House Product Support use. \KEY\SYSDRVR + Port Drivers for Sentinel(tm) Protection key. These port drivers allow better communication with the printer port thereby allowing the key to work better. \M * Main Board documents. \N * NIC documents. \NC + NetCom(tm) NetCruiser(tm) trial version. Internet connection package. Includes free conect time. Run SETUP.EXE. \REG * Electronic Product Registration files. \SYSFILES * Miscellaneous files used by the MTL. \UTILS + Miscellaneous Micro House utilities. COMPRESS EXE * Use only at the advice of Micro House Product Support. DRIVEPRO 1 + Database file used by MHSETUP.EXE DRIVEPRO 2 + Database file used by MHSETUP.EXE DRIVEPRO 3 + Database file used by MHSETUP.EXE DRIVEPRO 4 + Database file used by MHSETUP.EXE DRIVEPRO 7 + Database file used by MHSETUP.EXE DRIVEPRO 8 + Database file used by MHSETUP.EXE ESCAN EXE + Scans an IPX network for Ethernet cards. FLAG BAT + Turns your DOS prompt into an American flag. IDECACHE EXE + Turns on/off IDE look-ahead cache. MHESDI EXE + Returns information on ESDI drives. MHIDE EXE + Returns information on IDE drives. MHRESTR EXE + Restores information saved with MHSAVE.EXE MHSAVE EXE + Saves vital system information to a file for later use. MHSETUP EXE + Simple CMOS setup utility. MHSYS EXE + DOS Sys replacement. README TXT + A description of MHSETUP.EXE UNCOMP EXE * Use only at the advice of Micro House Product Support. \V * Miscellaneous I/O card documents. ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³### END OF FILE ### ³ ³Copyright(c) 1997, Micro House International with ³ ³all world rights reserved. ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ
Were there versions of this that did not require a dongle? I purchased the full set in 1999 when working at a computer store as a tech. I don't remember needing a dongle to use/install this. When I left the store in 2000 of course the software stayed, having been purchased by the store.