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1. Multiuser-Desktop software
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Hi all, I have been considering going multiuser-desktop on my warp 4 system. I have looked at several different ones on the net and I was wondering if there is a concensus out there of what the best software for this is out there. I have downloaded a system called Workplace System Access Control but I have not installed it yet. Should I bother with this, is something out there better based on y'alls' experience.

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Date: 10 Feb, 2004 on 02:20
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2. Re:Multiuser-Desktop software
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Hi

I found MultiDesk/2 to be very useable for Warp4 and eCS1.0 systems - I did a review for voice:-
http://www.os2voice.org/VNL/past_issues/VNL0901H/vnewsf5.htm

Hope that is of interest.

Pete

Date: 14 Feb, 2004 on 03:44
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3. Re:Multiuser-Desktop software
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Hi,

A few years ago, I used DeskMan/2 for a while and bought a license at Warpstock Atlanta. You might want to check it out. It has some features to create and use multi-user Desktops. I'm not sure if it will co-exist nicely with current OS/2 or eComStation.


Luc Van Bogaert
Date: 20 Feb, 2004 on 19:30
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According to Syntegration OS/2 WARP Version 4.00 includes the Security Enabling Services as an optional component. Any one know how to access it?
Date: 28 Feb, 2004 on 11:09
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Hmm Could this allso be something to consider...

Security/2 is a multi-user system for OS/2. It provides controlled access to
files, drives, drivers and other OS/2 stuff, based on access control list
for each user. Security/2 has modular structure and can be easily (i hope ) extended and provides a API for developers to enable their applications be multi-user.

You can download the latest version at hobbes...


With kind regards,

Henk/2

Date: 28 Feb, 2004 on 14:56
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Henk (28 Feb, 2004 15:56):


You can download the latest version at hobbes...


I've tried to access Hobbes but I keep getting a webcafe24 site.

Date: 29 Feb, 2004 on 00:11
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What URL are you using? http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/ is working fine right now.
Date: 29 Feb, 2004 on 22:55
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