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November 16, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Co this week rolls out AdminCenter, a configuration and change management module for OpenView. According to the company, it automates work such as configuring new systems, servers, users and software and provides a single view for the administrator. It manages software, file systems, peripherals, users and groups, passwords, systems and print spoolers as well as other HP-UX, AIX, Solaris and Windows systems. Hewlett-Packard says that in its initial guise, AdminCenter enables an administrator to set up software, log-in and a network password for a new users and offers past, present and planned future change information and will be out in March for HP-UX at from $15,800. AIX, Solaris and NetWare agent support will follow by mid-year.

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