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Vector Networks’ NetSupport PC-Duo Supports Whistler

Vector Networks announced that the major upgrade of its NetSupport PC-Duo PC remote control product will support the current beta release of Microsoft’s Whistler operating system.

The new version features many updates, including CAPI support for ISDN clients, WakeOnLAN support, improved ActiveX Control security, as well as enhancements to support the release of Windows 2000 SP1. These additions enhance the Group File Transfer and Advanced Scripting, Remote Clipboard, Request Help, Chat, Automated Roll-out, and Quiet Mode.

Further security features include a hot key disconnect capability, which allows a user to terminate a remote session with a single key.

Contact Vector Networks, (800) 330-5035, www.vector-networks.com.

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

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