Mac OS X Server delivers

Tim Byars (
Tue, 4 May 1999 08:19:58 -0700

By Mark Pace, InfoWorld Test Center

With Mac OS X Server, Apple has finally launched a network
OS. Taking its place with Windows NT, Novell NetWare, and
Linux, Mac OS X Server provides file and print
sharing, a Web
server, and multimedia content streaming services to Apple
Macintosh-based networks. Mac OS X Server also introduces
NetBoot and Macintosh Management Services, features
to ease the administrative tasks involved with
Macintosh networks
and save IT administrators time.



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