NetWare NFS

NetWare NFS

Software from Novell that implements the NFS distributed file system on NetWare servers. It allows Unix and other NFS client machines to access files on a NetWare server. See LAN Workplace.
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For customers who already own a previous version of NetWare NFS and wish to upgrade, the price is $1,440 U.
Novell will also license Sun's WebNFS technology for use in its NetWare NFS product, which will allow any WebNFS-enabled browser or client to access information on NetWare WebNFS servers over intranets or the internet.
For those customers who already have NetWare NFS Services 2.
Connecting users to the Internet and publishing information on the Internet -- using NetWare MultiProtocol Router, NetWare Web Server and NetWare NFS Services.
Connecting remote users to information and applications on host computers or UNIX machines -- using NetWare MultiProtocol Router with NetWare for SAA or NetWare NFS Services.
Nasdaq-NNM: NOVL) today announced NetWare NFS Services 2.
Ed Hargrave, network manager at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia served as a beta tester for NetWare NFS Services.
Building on Novell's proven NetWare NFS technology, NetWare NFS Services 2.
Bi-directional resource access -- The NetWare NFS NLM lets UNIX clients access files on NetWare 4 servers just as they would on any other NFS server.
High-powered, low-cost NFS server -- NetWare NFS Services turns an Intel-based NetWare 4 server into a powerful NFS server for UNIX workgroups, at a fraction of the cost of typical UNIX-based NFS servers.
Remote NetWare 4 server management -- Novell's NetWare NFS Services allows users to administer NetWare 4 servers remotely from X Window, VT100 or VT220 terminals, letting users choose the most appropriate interface.
Now, with NetWare NFS Services, we have the means to marry the UNIX and NetWare environments, creating a unified information system that lets all users get to files and printers, no matter what kind of desktop they're using.
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