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Mac OS 8 Developer Documentation > Networking and Communications> Network Services Location

The Network Services Location (NSL) Manager provides a protocol-independent way for applications to discover network services that are available in the local network. Your application can use the NSL Manager to obtain a list of network services, display the list, and allow the user to choose and connect to a particular network service.

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Network Services Location Manager Developer's Kit [PDF]
This document provides an overview of the NSL architecture, information about the NSL plug-ins that locate services, reference material for calling the NSL Manager functions, and guidelines for writing an NSL plug-in.

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