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Trusted Systems Services Puts Network Security Tool in Beta

Trusted Systems Services Inc. inroduced AdvancedChecker 2.0, a security scripting language for Windows NT and 2000 that installs, checks, sets, and fixes network-wide security.

AdvancedChecker 2.0 is currently available in beta version and introduces several new features, including user-defined macros, functions to query the System and Application Event logs as well as the Security log, and the ability to compile several source files into an object file.

Contact Trusted Systems Services, (217) 344-0996, www.trustedsystems.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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