wow  a network with only 20 GB on it. I can't even find disk
drives that small at the computer store any more.

I bought a 100 GB , the next day I went back and they had 160s.

----- Original Message -----
From: <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2002 8:59 PM
Subject: Re: Here's your chance to sing the praises of your
favorite computer

> Chris
> I read yours and when doing a search on iSeries in the
discussion forums at
> TechRepublic,   I saw this one.  I thought this was neat.
> He talked about backing up multiple NT's via the iSeries.
Sounded like a
> happy camper.
> Network Backups
> John
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Shannon,
> I want to thank you for posting this even though I didn't get it
> time. I am wading through my several hundred accumulated emails
for the
> last few days, and I sure wish I'd seen that when it was fresh.
> I posted a note response to one note, but I think it was a
little feeble
> and too late.
> Chris
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