>> if the answer to 2) is 'FreeDOS' then either SHARE.EXE is not running
>> or SHARE.EXE is buggy. the latter is quite likely as it was never
>> really tested against network access.
> I think SHARE.COM must be running because the two-computer test
> network works perfectly -- as long as the two users won't press
> and hold arrow keys of PgUp/PgDn simultaneously, or try to run
> reports from the client. In other words, as long as server and
> client don't attempt to access the hard drive in the same
> millisecond or so.

That is not the right way to determine whether "SHARE" is loaded.

Your conclusion hence might quite plausibly be wrong.

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