>>> Why not, say, Samba? There already is smbclient for DOS.
>
> Note that smbclient has the look and feel of a text
> mode ftp client. It does not create local DOS drive
> letters for your remote network shares or anything.

Because that would require a full-blown DOS version that hooks into the  
DOS redirector interface (known from *CDEX). This would certainly require  
some Assembly hacking. The smbclient for DOS however looks like a simple  
port of other smbclient versions, not a version re-written for DOS.

Christian

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