> I do not want to start specifying all the details about
> the product since I know
> that someone will say I am putting adv. on the list.
But referring us all to a page of marketing material rather than
addressing the questions David Schiffrin asked looks -exactly-
like advertising to me, since the page you cite doesn't answer
them, and does make some fairly grandiose claims
....unprecedented levels of security, user transparency,
performance, flexibility, adaptability and ease-of-use.
> for many small offices a 95 machine is their only choice if they wish not to
> go into unix or NT gateways and have a plug and play solution.
I can't believe you're proposing Win95 as a suitable host environment,
plug and play or not. But then that's what this is, isn't it? An
out-of-the-box solution for people who don't understand firewalling?
You'll find very few people who -do- understand it and who -are-
prepared to risk their networks on beta software.....
Just as a matter of interest, I'd love to know how you implement a
software 'solution' with
"- No software needed on any client or server".
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