readme.txt Driver File Contents (smscon95.exe)


SMS Connection is a utility, which will gather information
about a client system's hardware configuration and make this 
information available to SMS. It accomplishes this by placing 
the hardware information in an SMS MIF file (called 
"[MACHINE_NAME].MIF") in a location where SMS will find and 
import the data. (This is usually in C:\WINDOWS\MS\SMS\NOIDMIFS 

The information provided to SMS will appear as an added SMS icon
named "[MACHINE_NAME]". The information provided is
extensive, and includes items such as processor type, chassis type,
disk size, memory configuration, etc.

SMS Connection requires that SMS has been installed on the target
(client) system. If SMS has been installed on the client, the
SMS Connection setup procedure will configure SMS Connection
to automatically generate its MIF file output to the appropriate
directory for the SMS server. If SMS has not been installed on
the client, SMS Connection will generate its MIF file in its
current directory (usually C:\Windows).

SMS Connection program does not have a user interface. If SMS
Connection encounters problems, it creates a log file which may
contain useful information or error messages. This file is called
SMSCONEC.LOG, and will usually appear in the Windows directory.


- Intel Pentium(R) processor-based PC or faster
- Windows* 95/98 or Windows NT 4.0 operating system
- 8 or 16 MB RAM or more respectively
- 256 color drivers
- Minimum 2 MB hard drive space available 


1. Click on the Start button from the Windows* task bar.
2. Select Run from the Start menu.
3. Type <drive letter>:\setup.exe.
4. Follow on-screen instructions.


SETUP configures SMS Connection so that whenever the system is 
restarted, SMS Connection will execute, and report updated information
to the SMS Connection server.


1. Click the Start button in Windows* task bar.
2. Select Control Panel from the Settings menu.
3. Click Add/Remove Programs
4. Move the scroll bar to highlight "Toshiba SMS Connection" entry
5. Click Add/Remove.
6. Follow on-screen instructions.

(C) 1998 Toshiba America Information System. 
Intel, Pentium, MMX, and the Intel Inside, MMX and Pentium processor 
logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.

*All other brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their 
respective owners.

*Third Party Trademark.
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