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ncplogout - schedule permanent connection to close



      ncplogout - schedule permanent connection to close


      ncplogout [-S server] [-U user] [-c handle]
      ncplogout [-c handle] /server:user


      The ncplogout utility will schedule a connection created by ncplogin(1)
      command to be closed.  If the connection is busy (i.e., used by other
      processes) it will be closed when the last process using it is termi‐
      nated.  This command is similar to the DOS logout.exe command.
      The options are:
      -S server
              Specify the name of the Netware server to which the connection
              should be terminated.  Can be omitted if there is only one con‐
              nection active.
      -U user
              Specify the name of the user to use when identifying the connec‐
              tion.  Can be omitted if there is only one connection active.
      -c handle
              Close a connection by handle.  A list of available handles can be
              obtained with the following command:
                    ncplist c


      The ncplogout utility first appeared in FreeBSD 4.0.


      Boris Popov 〈〉, 〈〉


      Please report any bugs to the author.


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