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NCPLOGOUT(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		  NCPLOGOUT(1)

NAME
     ncplogout -- schedule permanent connection	to close

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

DESCRIPTION
     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

HISTORY
     The ncplogout utility first appeared in FreeBSD 4.0.

AUTHORS
     Boris Popov <bp@butya.kz>,	<bp@FreeBSD.org>

BUGS
     Please report any bugs to the author.

BSD			      September	15, 1999			   BSD

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