Workplace Shell enhancements. Networking enhancements.
Applications and utilities. Programming enhancements.
2. Installing OS/2 Warp 4 on Your System.
What to think about before you install. Installing directly from
the CD-ROM. Installing remotely using a LAN. Automating the installation
process. Adding your existing applications to your workplace shell desktop.
Dual boot. After you install. Obtaining device drivers.
3. Installing the Networking Components.
Installing directly from the CD-ROM. Installing remotely using a
LAN. Installing individual networking components. Automating the
4. Finding Your Way Around OS/2 Warp 4.
Objects and icons. Working with objects. Changing an object's
behavior. Workplace shell object types. WarpCenter and the toolbar. The
workplace shell and the connected user. Making the workplace shell look and
feel uniquely yours. Shutting down your system.
5. Talking to Your Computer.
Hardware requirements. VoiceType terms and concepts. Installing
and configuring VoiceType. Familiarizing yourself with VoiceType. VoiceType
6. Running DOS Applications.
How it works. Installing DOS support. Setting up your
applications. Tuning the application environment. Running your own
operating system in a VDM. Dedicated DOS/Windows mode.
7. Running Windows Applications.
How it works. Installing WIN-OS/2. Is your application supported?
Setting up your Windows applications. Tuning the application environment.
Windows sound card support.
8. Printing Files and Documents.
Printing from the workplace shell. Printing from within
applications. Installing printer drivers. Changing a printer driver.
Obtaining new and updated printer drivers. Working with printer objects.
9. Multimedia Applications and Utilities.
Installing multimedia support. What you can do. Multimedia for
DOS and Windows applications. Developing multimedia applications.
10. How to Get Help.
The online tutorial. Information. WarpGuide. Printed
documentation. Help for system messages. AskPSP. Support from the Internet.
11. System Meltdown and How to Recover.
Hot-keys during startup. Archiving your desktop. Customizing your
archives. Booting from utility diskettes. Calling IBM support. The
troubleshooting folder. Getting updates and fixes.
12. Accessing a Local Area Network.
Accessing you network connections. Using the network folder.
Network DDE and clipboard. Coordinating passwords on different servers.
13. Accessing IBM Warp Server and Microsoft Windows NT Server.
Domains. Starting the file and print client. Logging on to a
domain. Connecting to network resources. Disconnecting from network
resources. Accessing other network environments.
14. Peer Networking.
Accessing resources. Setting your user ID and password. Managing
access to resources. How to stop sharing resources. Additional options.
Working with multiple domains. Monitoring peer resources.
15. Accessing Novell NetWare Servers.
Configuring your NetWare requestor. Logging in to a NetWare
server. Connecting to network resources. Running DOS and Windows
applications with NetWare. Administering servers.
16. Accessing the Internet with OS/2 Warp.
The Internet. The Internet service provider (ISP). Internet tools
and applications. The WebExplorer. NewsReader/2. The Lotus Notes mail
client. FTP clients. The Gopher client. The Telnet client. Useful tools not
in OS/2 Warp.
17. TCP/IP and Internet Address.
The TCP/IP family of protocols. Accessing the Internet.
Printing. Printing in a TCP/IP environment. Transferring files with FTP.
Remote login using Telnet. Using your OS/2 Warp system as a Telnet server.
Remote command execution with REXEC and RSH. Running Java applications in
OS/2 Warp. The TCP/IP configuration notebook. Dynamic IP. Troubleshooting
your dial-up connection. Troubleshooting your TCP/IP connection.
18. Remote Access to Your LAN.
Supported LAN protocols and applications. Remote access
environments. Security. Installing the remote access client. Configuring
remote access. Changing from remote to local connection.
19. Synchronizing files between your computer and a server.
Using mobile office services. Configuring mobile office services.
20. Performing Systems Management Tasks.
Installing systems management components. SystemVIEW Agent for
OS/2. Using TME 10 Netfinity.
21. Multi-Protocol Transport Services.
The NDIS standard. Network adapter and protocol support.
22. CompuServe Information Manager.
Configuring CompuServe Information Manager. Using CompuServe
services. Sending & receiving mail. Viewing forums. Filing your
correspondencethe file cabinet. Miscellaneous Services.
23. FaxWorks for OS/2.
Configuring FaxWorks. Sending Faxes. Receiving faxes. Editing
faxes. The fax log. Upgrading to FaxWorks Pro.
24. The Hardware Manager.
Some background. Different viewers for the Hardware Manager.
25. HyperACCESS Lite.
The phonebook. Terminal emulation. File transfer. Upgrading
26. Personal Information Manager.
Managing your appointments. Keeping track of important
tasksthe to-do list. Managing names and addresses. Making
miscellaneous notesthe notepad. Configuring PIM. Associating folders
with contacts and activities.
27. IBM Works.
Word processor. Spreadsheet. Chart. Database. Report writer.
Appendix A. Hardware Requirements.
Appendix B. OS/2 Device Driver Pak CD.
Appendix C. DOS and WIN-OS/2 Settings.
Appendix D. Installing WIN-OS/2 Audio Drivers.
Appendix E. IBM Internet Access Configuration Sheets.
Appendix F. Special Notices.
Appendix G. Related Publications.