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The Radius (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) server lets you centrally manage authentication of dial-in users. It authenticates remote workers based on security information in NT domains or hosts. Steel-Belted Radius reflects any changes you make to your database. The program's reporting facility helps you track dial-in activity across the network by viewing a list of connected dial-in workers. Radius supports NT or NetWare and can be administered from any Windows workstation.
Aventail Internet Policy Manager
Integrate Aventail's software with your router or firewall to help manage Internet access throughout the company. It features customizable access control, multiple authentication standards, comprehensive auditing and reporting, and active content filtering. It uses the SOCKS 5 security protocol.
InterDrive Client 2.1 NFS and Server 1.2 NFS
Enhance the capabilities of Explorer and Network Neighborhood with this software family. Specifically, it lets you access devices such as printers and CD-ROMs hosted on Network File System (NFS) servers. The client and server products have true 32-bit multithreaded kernels that work at the same priority as their operating system. The Windows 95 and NT clients let workers mount and access file systems and resources across a network. The server allows NT workstations and servers to act as an NFS server that provides NFS clients with access to NT-based file systems.
Client, $249; Server, $349
This collection of capacity-planning and performance measurement tools includes Dynameasure for File Services, SQL and Enterprise. File Services provides over 50 tunable file tests to plan and manage the performance of NT file servers. SQL offers tunable online transaction processing SQL tests when used with Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle 7 Server. The Enterprise product supports concurrent testing of multiple NT servers.
File Services, $2,495; SQL, $4,995; Enterprise, $29,995
Zaurus Mail Server
Send and receive password-protected Exchange and MS Mail messages to and from your office LAN with this NT 4.0-based server software. You can attach Excel spreadsheets and MS Word-compatible documents to your mail.
Professional (150-user license), $2,995; Lite (up to 20 users), $399
Pygmy Computer Systems
Central Data EL-32 EtherLite Port Server and ST-1032 scsiTerminal Server
The EtherLite Port Server works with a 10BaseT network to provide 32 serial ports from one Ethernet TCP/IP session. The scsiTerminal Server supports 32 serial ports from one SCSI address. The servers connect asynchronous RJ-45 ports to systems running NT or UNIX. Both contain FLASH EPROMs for firmway upgrades.
Central Data Corp.
This remote-control software supports NT 4.0 for guest and host computers. Its security features include centralized administration of security settings for user verification and the ability to control access rights. The program lets you take control of all Windows, OS/2 and DOS machines.
The fax server software now includes an e-mail gateway for sending and receiving faxes directly to your inbox. Zetafax 5.0 integrates with MAPI-compliant e-mail systems such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Mail, cc:Mail, Lotus Notes and GroupWise. Zetafax lets you send faxes directly from your word processor. The 32-bit product runs on NT 3.51 or 4.0 Server.
From $745 for 10 users
Zetafax Division of TSP Companies
770-622-2810, fax 770-232-9624
MDI CD-Express Library
MDI's CD-ROM jukebox holds 150 CDs, and includes four 8X CD-ROM drives with a 1.2MB-per-second transfer rate, 95ms average seek time and 256KB buffer.
Micro Design International
Shared LAN Cache 1.4
This bandwidth-preserving software stores recently accessed files in a combination of local and shared caches. Shared LAN Cache is compatible with NT, NetWare, OS/2, LAN Manager, NFS, Vines and PathWorks. The new version adds a client for NT Workstation and support for Novell's Client32 family of redirectors.
Single user, $99; 100 users, $4,995
617-344-6230, fax 617-341-4892
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