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I've been asked to write a client/server manual for clients who will be
configuring and maintaining the client/server environment. This manual
should describe client/server components and the basic architecture of our
software. I am trying to map out a doc plan/TOC. However, we don't have an
existing client/server manual, and I know little about the subject. If you
can shed some light on the type of information that should be included a
client/server manual, I would appreciate hearing from you.
Andriene E. Ferguson
416.860.0887 x 282
andriene -dot- ferguson -at- ineacorp -dot- com