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November 7, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

ICL Enterprises Inc has released its AccessManager enterprise network security server software for AIX, UnixWare and NetWare servers. AccessWare has a secure single sign-on and controls user access to distributed network applications on SunOS, Solaris and HP-UX systems, IBM Corp mainframes, Digital Equipment Corp minis, and desktops. It supports security applications including Resource Access Control Facility, Access Control Facility 2, TopSecret, Distributed Computing Environment and Kerberos. It integrates with SecurID card, StopLock V and RACF Passticket. The company said it will support Windows NT clients and servers, and Windows95 and Macintosh clients in the future. ICL has also developed a customisable remote user version of AccessManager for users dialling in via terminal emulation, remote-node client-server and remote control.

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