Group Logic has released an update for ExtremeZ-IP, bringing it to version 2.1. ExtremeZ-IP is a cross-platform file and print server designed for networked utilities. The update features Administration enhancements and other program improvements. According to Group Logic:
Group Logic, developer of best-selling Macintosh-to-Windows interoperability software, announced today the immediate availability of version 2.1 of the companyis ExtremeZ-IP file and print server product. ExtremeZ-IP uses the TCP/IP protocol to increase throughput as much as six fold between Macintosh clients and Microsoft Windows servers.
With version 2.1 of ExtremeZ-IP, administrators gain additional control and ease-of-use through enhancements to the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator application. System status information is now immediately available from the applicationis primary interface, and administrators gain detailed information and control over users, files, volumes, print queues and individual print jobs under management by clicking a few buttons.
The product also offers performance gains from directory index optimizations, improved support for the Service Location Protocol, better support for LPR printers, and an enhanced Windows Explorer plug-in for managing Macintosh file permissions
You can find more information about the ExtremeZ-IP update at the Group Logic Web site. The update is free for registered users, while the full version pricing is available from the Group Logic sales department.