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61. DAVE 3.1
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62. Internet Security Barrier (20-user)
63. DAVE 2.5
64. CISCO SECURE IDS DIR S/W

61. DAVE 3.1
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00005U2FL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Thursby Software Systems
Sales Rank: 6449
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Looking for a way to coexist in a world filled with both Macs and PCs? DAVE 3.1 makes it easy to maintain your presence in both worlds by enabling peer-to-peer sharing between Macs and PCs. Rather than use AppleTalk, DAVE 3.1 connects with the Internet using TCP/IP protocol, making it easier than ever before to work from home or on the road with your Mac. Designed to run native on Mac OS X, DAVE fully supports Microsoft Windows operating systems and works with any-size network. DAVE 3.1 also enables file and PostScript printer sharing, supports filenames greater than 31 characters, and handles file sizes over 2 gigabytes in size with ease--an added bonus for graphics users.

Fully scriptable with AppleScript (OS 8.6 to 9.2), users can write a range of scripts with DAVE 3.1, including mounting and unmounting remote volumes, network logon and logout functions, and more. DAVE 3.1 adds a domain logon, so that Mac users can log onto a Microsoft network with the ease of a PC user, and DAVE's encrypted passwords offer added security. Apple Open Transport-native and compatible with MacTCP, DAVE 3.1 supports WINS as well as all services that use Common Internet File System (CIFS) protocol. Easy to install, this cross-platform networking solution is equally easy to use and requires no additional PC hardware or software. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate software for Mac and PC owners!
I used my PC and my Mac extensively and for awhile I have been copying files from my zip disk via Mac to my PC and vice versa and with the 250mb zip drives reading 100 disks so slow, I dreamed of what if I could network my Mac G4 via OS X to my PC.

Well, Dave 3.1 is the ONLY software out for MAC OS X at this present time and I don't know how grateful I am for this software. If you you use a Mac and a PC and are in need of file sharing or networking between the two different platforms, simply there is literally no software that is out right now that is more convenient than Dave 3.1. It's easy, it's fast and pretty much you install the software and from there it's a breeze! I was transferring files from my Mac to my PC and vice versa quickly.

Especially beneficial if you are doing huge file transfers! What a life and time saver! I give it a 4 (actually a 4.5), I do think it maybe a bit costly to some but still, it's worth it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Macs can co-exist in a PC network.
So, you work in a PC-laden office and you use a Mac.
You know you have files that can be placed on a PC, or you need to retrieve files others have left for you on a PC network. What do you do? Enter DAVE. DAVE adds Netbios to Mac OS 9. This means you can now talk to PC-based file servers from your Mac and no one needs to know you're using a Mac. DAVE works with the Chooser, or you can use the DAVE application, if you are feeling brave.
DAVE even stores the resource forks so you can execute applications that have been saved to a PC. (FTP can't do that.) DAVE is a seamless integration on the Mac. It allows you to share files and PostScript printers. You can even allow your PC buddies to use your Mac PostScript printers. It works remarkably well and sets up in a flash. Once you mount a PC file service, it looks and behaves like a Mac volume. Very impressive.
If price is an issue though, you may want to consider Connectix Double Talk, instead. It has similar functionality at a lower cost. DAVE is now available for OS X, but I have not had the opportunity to try that yet. ... Read more


62. Internet Security Barrier (20-user)
list price: $999.95
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Asin: B000059GCR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intego
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63. DAVE 2.5

Asin: B00003PMUI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Thursby Software Systems
Sales Rank: 7676
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you want your Mac to communicate with a PC-based network at home orin the office, you can go through the trouble of configuring the Windows networkto support you--or simply invite Thursby's Dave into your life. A few simple questions during setup are all it takes to get you connected. Afterinstallation, you'll enjoy the same level of access to Windows machines andPostscript printers on your local area network that PC users do. A browserwindow lets you examine networked volumes without having to mount them, and adouble click will then log you into the folder you want to use on your Mac. Youcan also return the favor by setting up a shared folder on your Mac that Windowsusers can access, using either user-level (if Windows NT is part your network)or share-level security.

In the interests of being a good neighbor in the network neighborhood, Dave willattach the file extensions Windows needs to identify file types when thedocument is copied across. Similarly, Dave will replace any characters in filenames that are problematic on Windows 95 or 98 systems, and shorten file namesthat go beyond the Mac's 32-character limit. With support for Mac OS 9'smultiple-user functionality, Windows 2000 domains, and a contextual menu plug-inthat triggers sharing directly from the Finder, Dave is one of the best friendsa Mac user on a Windows network can have. --Jack Gardiner ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Access files on Windows
Dave is one of the best stealth products on the market. You load it on your Mac, and you can access any of your Windows machines. I map a drive to a common graphics folder on Windows and everyone shares the files. Only one caution, you can only share PostScript printers. If you want to print from your Mac to your shared "HP" printer you'll need a PowerPrint or Axis network printing box. ... Read more


64. CISCO SECURE IDS DIR S/W

Asin: B00004S8XW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cisco Systems (Ciscopro)
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