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I'm just starting to work on integration of a VXI system.
I'm reading a seminar manual that explains how VXI works (to
fill in what I haven't learned by doing). It tells me that
I need to run a utility called VXIinit at system startup.

I did some VXI work about a year ago, and I remember using
VXIinit at that time. But as far as I know, we're not
running it on the present system. And it doesn't even
appear to exist on the system. Has it become obsolete? If
not, how do I get it?

Both systems were VXI under WinNT. Previously it was NT3.5
and this is NT4.0.

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VXIinit and resman are now in the same utility. This change happened around
version 1.5 of VXI on windows systems. VXIinit should no longer be
nessecary.

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> I'm just starting to work on integration of a VXI system.
> I'm reading a seminar manual that explains how VXI works (to
> fill in what I haven't learned by doing). It tells me that
> I need to run a utility called VXIinit at system startup.
>
> I did some VXI work about a year ago, and I remember using
> VXIinit at that time. But as far as I know, we're not
> running it on the present system. And it doesn't even
> appear to exist on the system. Has it become obsolete? If
> not, how do I get it?
>
> Both systems
were VXI under WinNT. Previously it was NT3.5
> and this is NT4.0.
>
> * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network
*
> The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free!
>
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