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The Santa Cruz Operation Inc has launched version 2.0 of its VisionFS file and print sharing product, part of its Vision 97 software suite (CI No 3,156). The new version includes upgraded network security which adapts to the Unix or Windows NT authentication system, and provide a single administration point for managing Windows and Unix system passwords. VisionFS clients now also have two-way printing support, designed to enable users to access printers on Unix and also Windows NT system networks via a new SMB server message block print client. Using SMB enables VisionFS to be installed once on the Unix server and loaded and upgraded automatically onot desktop PCs. systems using PC NFS need software installed on each individual desktop, says the company. SCO VisionFS costs from $125 for a single user license and $4015 for 50 users. It’s out now on Silicon Graphics Irix and ICL DRS as well as SCO UnixWare and OpenServer, Sun Solaris, Digital Unix, HP-UX and IBM AIX.


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