Prosoft Engineering Inc.
has released updates to two software tools for Mac OS X users — NetWare Client for Mac OS X – IP Edition and Data Rescue.
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NetWare Client for Mac OS X – IP Edition v1.0.3 enables Mac OS X users to connect to a Novell IP-based network. The software works on Mac OS X 10.0 through Mac OS X 10.2.x.
The software eliminates the need to use AppleTalk to communicate via NetWare services, and uses TCP/IP instead. It sports native NCP file handling, NDS browsing for locating and authenticating to NetWare servers. It supports NSS volumes with file sizes of up to 8TB (Terabytes), and also uses RSA secure login via NDS. The software doesn’t require any addition server-end software to be installed on NetWare 5 and 6 servers, either.
A free demo is available for download, and separate pricing is available for corporate and education customers with prices starting at US$149 per user.
Prosoft’s Data Rescue Data Recovery Utility 10.0.3 was also released. The software enables Mac OS X users to recover hidden or missing files and folders from hard drives that no longer mount on the desktop. The new version supports Mac OS X to Jaguar, as well.
Prosoft claims that in most cases, entire disks can be recovered using Data Rescue. Data that can be recovered includes icons, dates and folder hierarchy, along with recently deleted files. Files from recently reinitialized volumes can be restored, and you can recover data to a new disk to preserve the original in case further recovery is necessary.
As with NetWare Client, a free demo of Data Rescue is available. The software is available in Personal, Corporate and Consultant Editions at prices starting at $89.95.