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Silverlake :: Netserver
Silverlake - iSeries Centre - Netserver

Have you ever wished you could use the iSeries for file and print serving directly from a Windows PC without using Client Access? Well, now you can: If you have an iSeries running V4R2 or later and Windows 95, Windows NT, or Windows 2000 PCs on a TCP/IP network, you can use the iSeries Support for Windows Network Neighbourhood NetServer, a non-chargeable OS/400 feature that lets Windows PCs seamlessly access iSeries integrated file system (iSeries IFS) directories and OS/400 printers. Through Netserver, the iSeries file and print serving functions become available through the normal Windows Explorer interface. This allows you to map drives and use printers attached to the iSeries without having to sign onto a Client Access connection.

 

iSeries NetServer

 

Advantages iSeries NetServer is not meant to replace Client Access but instead provide an alternative solution for basic iSeries-to-Windows file and print serving needs. iSeries NetServer gives Windows 95/NT and W2K users easier access to the iSeries without requirement to buy Client Access if they do not need its other functions, such as terminal and print emulation, Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), ASCII-to-EBCDIC data translation, and connectivity over protocols other than TCP/IP.

 

iSeries NetServer also provides an alternative to running Windows NT Server on the Integrated PC Server (IPCS). If you do not want to install an IPCS in your iSeries but do want to use it as a Windows NT server, you can provide 95/NT-to- iSeries access with iSeries NetServer.

 

Using the iSeries for storing and sharing files, will provide you with increased stability, and greatly simplify your backup and recovery strategy.

 

Netserver is also the preferred solution for those customers still using shared folders. Silverlake can help you to migrate from shared folders to Netserver and take full advantage of the iSeries file and print serving capabilities.

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  • Native File and Print serving from the iSeries
  • Security implemented
  • Education during set-up process provided
  • Migration from shared folders
 
  • Central repository for PC files
  • No Client Access license required
  • No iSeries sign-on required
  • All data backed up as part of iSeries backup strategy
  • Access and security managed centrally
  • One technology, one skill set
  • Increased data availability
  • More flexibility and lower cost then shared folders
  • Reduced management effort

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