Networking FreeDOS - Others

  While the mentioned categories about networking DOS systems should
  cover most programs, there are a few exceptions. One of them is
  "Invisible LAN", (see:
  a NetWare-like DOS application that even comes with an own protocol
  called "TransBIOS".
  Another special solution for quick getting a network up and running are
  network bootdisks. They are able to work with a broad range of hardware
  and use multiple protocols. Bootdisks are mostly used for backup,
  restore and repair. They can be extremely helpful.
  Examples are:
    * Bart's Network Boot Disk, see: (*01).
    * Drivesnapshot (see: (*02)).
    * Netbootdisk (see: (*03)).
  The legal situation is unfortunate: Some packages seem to include
  files from MS client, while Microsoft's license does not allow such

  (*01) Link is no longer available, new link:
          (everything in ONE LINE, NO free space!)
  (*02) Link is still available, see also:
          (everything in ONE LINE, NO free space!)
  (*03) Link is no longer available, new links:
          (everything in ONE LINE, NO free space!)

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