Network workflow software provider Group Logic announced on Monday that
ExtremeZ-IP File Server 4.0
and an upgraded, stand-alone version of
ExtremeZ-IP Print Server 4.0
will be available later this year. Both applications help Mac OS users work with servers, printers and other networked devices managed by Windows Server software.
ExtremeZ-IP File Server 4.0 offers more than 30 new features, including active-clustered capabilities for distributing multiple virtual Mac file servers across several nodes. The upgrade will also bring support for Kerberos, the network authentication protocol that’s standard in Windows 2000/2003, as well as full compatibility with Mac OS X v10.4, codenamed “Tiger,” when it ships next year. Group Logic asks you to contact them for upgrade pricing.
ExtremeZ-IP Print Server 4.0 also includes several new features, such as support for Apple Remote Desktop and Rendezvous, multiple print queue management, detailed logs of print jobs and more. You will also need to contact the developer for upgrade pricing.