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NetBIOS Enhanced User Interface. NetBEUI is a network protocol originally designed
by IBM, and later extended by Microsoft and Novell. In a small network, NetBEUI is
more efficient than other protocols, such as TCP/IP. It is supported natively by IBM
operating systems and Microsoft Windows to provide services, such as file sharing
Network Basic Input Output System. A program that enables applications on different
computers to communicate within a LAN (Local Area Network). NetBIOS is used in
Ethernet and Windows 2000/XP networks.
Network management software that enables the setup and management of multiple
printers connected to a network from one central location. A network manager can
monitor conditions of network printers, ascertain online/offline status, error status, the
amount of paper in cassettes, verify information on mounted fonts, and other
readings. All of the functions that are conventionally conducted through the operation
panel of the respective machines can be performed from one location.
NetSpot Device Installer
A Canon utility that automatically detects and installs printer drivers on local
Novell NetWare. Novell's client-server network operating system for the IBM PC.
NetWare uses the IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, or TCP/IP network protocol. NetWare supports
MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, OS/2, and Macintosh clients. NetWare for UNIX gives
users access to UNIX hosts.
NT File System. A native file system of Windows NT, offering a higher level of security
through a file encryption system, as well as native support for file compression.
NTFS is also used in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 operating systems.
Network Time Protocol. An Internet protocol used to update the realtime clock in a