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August 19, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 8:20pm


By CBR Staff Writer

FastLane Technologies Inc has announced the Phoenix Domain Reconfiguration tool, a product designed to sort out one of the weakness of Microsoft’s Windows NT operating system, mainly the poor management of domain names. FastLane claims the tool will enable large companies to easily convert to Windows NT. The domain name problem arises when multiple network subnets are consolidated under a single master domain. This leads to severe problems with NT, which needs manual reconfiguration on each computer. FastLane believes that Phoenix offers the Network management features that Windows NT is missing, namely modifying user rights, updating profiles and managing domains. Phoenix is available for $12 per network user license and is available in September from its web site at

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