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DIGITAL SNA Access Server
for Windows NT
This guide describes how to plan and implement the migration from DECnet SNA Gateway-ST or DECnet SNA Gateway-CT to DIGITAL SNA
Access Server for Windows NT.
This guide is available as a web page and a white paper only.
This is a new document.
DIGITAL SNA Access Server for Windows NT, Version 1.0
First Printing, March 1998
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