The full potential of UNIX as an all-purpose Network Operating System (NOS) is not being realized. As networks within organizations grow, conflicts arise over non-compatible servers and desktop clients. This book shows Network Administrators how to find common ground for sharing access to information and services using UNIX networking products. Covers the capabilities and limitations of three PC networking products: HP's NetWare for HP-UX (an implementation of NetWare for UNIXWare on HP-UX), Pacer Software's PacerShare (an implementation of an AppleShare compliant server on HP-UX and other platforms), and LAN Manager/X (an implementation of Microsoft and NCR's portable LAN Manager on HP-UX). For UNIX Systems Administrators, Network Managers, and Network Users.