• Subject: Re: Network Stations & PC Apps
  • From: Doug Barnes <Doug.Barnes@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Oct 97 15:39:06

I think the savings is supposed to be realized through reduced installation and
maint. as well as reducing hardware upgrades on the desktops.

We currently have one NS installed and are working on getting the NT piece in
place in addition to two more NSs to see how well this is going to work. 


>4. Total Cost of this project for 4 stations, NT server, ethernet
>adapter, etc
>    13,000.....includes WinCenter Pro software(charges by the user)
>5. I told the customer this was an expensive solution but they wanted it
>   anyway.....
>6. We are STILL having problems making this work correctly, the NT
>   Server being a real problem
>7. Most PC apps are NOT designed for multi-user operating system & this
>   has caused most of the problems.......
>8. We have managed to get Lotus Smart Suite to work(most of the time)
>9. The users are happy (most of the time)
>10 Don't try this at home unless you have a LOT of TIME to waste.....

the time is INVESTED

>11. IBM has NOT BEEN A LOT OF HELP IN THIS MESS.



- Doug Barnes -






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