AppleShare


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AppleShare

Earlier software from Apple that turned a Macintosh into a file server. It worked in conjunction with the Mac operating system and could coexist with other Macintosh applications in a non-dedicated mode. It was replaced by Mac OS X Server.
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The Power Mac fix took about six hours and $300 to upgrade from AppleShare 3 to AppleShare 4.
The CD/Maxtet family supports a wide range of personal computer networks, including AppleShare, NetWare, Windows NT and Windows NT Advanced Server, and Banyan's Vines.
Photographers then sent the photos to Boston on AppleShare using a T-56 line directly into a DEC VAX at the Christian Science Publishing Society.
File sharing operates very much like AppleShare, but it allows individual users to make a selected part of their drive available without turning the machine into a dedicated server.
Multi-user versions use a client/server architecture running on Windows NT, Novell NetWare or Appleshare servers.
The multi-user version can be accessed by mounting the CD-ROM on a standard file server including Windows NT-Server, AppleShare, and Novell.
Client workstations with suitable Ethernet cards must be 386 or better PCs, or Mac II models with 32-bit QuickDraw, MultiFinder, AppleShare and Ethernet software.
Procom's NetFORCE supports cross-platform clients (DOS, Windows 95, Windows NT, Unix, Mac) and offers interoperability with various communication protocols (Novell NetWare, NFS, AppleShare, LAN Manager, etc.
AppleShare and Harris Configuration and System Management software permit creation of folders for Mac files and their storage in the Unix file system on the server's Sun platform (Sparcstation IPC with 24MB RAM, floppy disc drive, 207MB internal SCSI hard disc drive and Ethernet interface).