COMMERCIAL: Authenticate Windows 95 and Windows 3.1 users off UNIX without Novell or NT

COMMERCIAL: Authenticate Windows 95 and Windows 3.1 users off UNIX without Novell or NT

Post by Hans F. Meli » Thu, 03 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Need to authenticate Windows 95 and Windows 3.1 users off UNIX without
purchasing a Novell or NT server?  MPAS is a new, customizable,
cross-platform system interface that allows Windows and DOS users
controlled and secure access to personal or shared files that are
stored on any server on your network--from any client.  From a single,
central location your system administrator can quickly and efficiently
create individual and group profiles for accessing virtual drives on
the server. By encouraging the use of server-based drives, the system
administrator can re-map a user's profile or back up all of a
company's files in with minimal effort.

This system interface increases security as user access is possible
only through authenticated logins and passwords.  Unauthorized users
do not see, and therefore cannot access, the drives for which they
have no permissions.  This unique labor saving program is available
for a limited time at a special introductory price of $10 per client
with a minimum 20 seat purchase.  For more information, or a 30 day
free trial, visit the MPAS web site at or e-mail

Hans F. Melish
Strategic Forecasting L.L.C.

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