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OpalisRobot 3.6 Features Web Management

Opalis Software Inc. announced the availability of OpalisRobot 3.6, the latest version of the company’s system management and automation solution for Windows NT and 2000 environments. The upgrade features Internet application monitoring and file management features that further extend its ability to automate network administrative tasks.

OpalisRobot 3.6 extends its monitoring capabilities to Internet applications including Web, DNS, and FTP servers, as well as SMTP and POP3 messages. OpalisRobot 3.6 also includes several advanced file management features that enable administrators to integrate file management tasks with automated job processing configurations, improving data availability and integrity. Administrators can now compress data, files, and folders, as well as move, copy, rename, and compare file lists. Files can also be transferred between the Internet and Windows.

Contact Opalis, (888) 672-5471, www.opalis.com.

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