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Backup software and remote control software in OS/2 warp 4.0
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1. Backup software and remote control software in OS/2 warp 4.0
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1) is there some backup softwares like Ghost in windows to provide easy way to restore whole system
2) is there remote control software supporting TCP/IP like PCanywhere in windows?

Thanks.

Date: 16 Feb, 2005 on 12:06
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2. Re:Backup software and remote control software in OS/2 warp 4.0
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Good and stable product would be NetOp from Danish DanWare and regarding Ghosting OS2 partitations there shouldn't be any problem using it from boot diskettes. But, might be that you need to make proper backup from a running system so take a look at PC-Bax from Cristie, UK.
Date: 16 Feb, 2005 on 13:03
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3. Re:Backup software and remote control software in OS/2 warp 4.0
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Hi jacky,
for a ghost-like backup (i.e. imaging a partition/disk) you can look at the DFSee program (shareware, VERY good). Also, if you have some wish for this program, the author is very kind and responsive.
Regarding remote control, you can use VNC or IBM's Desktop On Call (which is included in eCS).
Since you ask about OS/2 Warp 4.0 you're probably better served by the free VNC product. It is also said to be more efficient than DToC.

HTH
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Cris

Date: 16 Feb, 2005 on 15:11
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4. Thank you, Cris, it really helps me.
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Cris (16 Feb, 2005 15:11):
Hi jacky,
for a ghost-like backup (i.e. imaging a partition/disk) you can look at the DFSee program (shareware, VERY good). Also, if you have some wish for this program, the author is very kind and responsive.
Regarding remote control, you can use VNC or IBM's Desktop On Call (which is included in eCS).
Since you ask about OS/2 Warp 4.0 you're probably better served by the free VNC product. It is also said to be more efficient than DToC.

HTH
Bye

Cris


Date: 17 Feb, 2005 on 09:13
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5. Many thanks, have a nice day.
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Date: 17 Feb, 2005 on 10:03
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6. Re:Backup software and remote control software in OS/2 warp 4.0
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To you too, Jacky!

Date: 17 Feb, 2005 on 11:06
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