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Installation and Configuration
Configuration Models : Configuring OpenEdge on a network operating system : Making network resources available

Making network resources available

Once you have installed OpenEdge, you must make sure that each application workstation and application server machine has access to OpenEdge system files, application files, and any other necessary network resources (such as printers). Each NOS provides a set of commands or utilities to make these resources available across the network. In general, you set up pointers to remote resources so that each workstation can access them as though they were local to the workstation. These pointers can be in the form of logical drives in Windows nodes, or mounted directory paths on UNIX nodes.
For more information on making network resources available, see the specific documentation for your network and operating system.