has released NetWare Client for Mac OS X – IP Edition 1.1, the latest version of their software to enable Mac OS X-equipped systems to connect to a Novell IP-based network.
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NetWare Client for Mac OS X – IP Edition enables Mac OS X users to authenticate and use Novell NetWare natively using the IP protocol, without having to use AppleTalk as well. It supports native NCP file handling, NDS browsing for finding and authenticating to NetWare servers, and support for NSS volumes with file sizes of up to 8 Terabytes (TB).
Hailing the 1.1 release as a “major milestone,” Prosoft vice president of product development Connie Worthington said the update provides “significant convenience advancements.”
The new release now supports Directory Agents and Scopes, and expands compatibility for file sharing with Windows clients, according to Prosoft. What’s more, NetWare for Mac OS X – IP Edition 1.1 also has better stability and improved memory management over its predecessor.
The latest version is available for free download by existing users. NetWare Client for Mac OS X – IP Edition costs US$149 for a single user license.