Rugxulo is correct.

In 1.2, the AUTOEXEC.BAT checks for the existence of the %DOSDIR%\BIN\fdnet.bat 
file. If it is found, it is run to attempt to automatically start networking. 

The fdnet.bat and the %DOSDIR%\NETWORK directory provide all of the required 
programs and files to get networking support up and running on several 
platforms and virtual machines. These are only installed when the user installs 
the FDNET package. It is not installed automatically with either the BASE or 
FULL package sets.

Also, those programs and the core of the network startup process are directly 
ported from Rugxulo's MetaDOS project. The fdnet.bat is only a wrapper to that 
startup process. 


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