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Where to purchase Network Assistant
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Jun 7, 2001, 06:12 PM
 
I taken a look at Apple's Network Assistant and now I'm trying to find out about pricing. The Apple Store doesn't seem to have it. Can anyone point me to a online reseller? Also anyone know if Apple is planning on releasing it for OS X Server? Would it be free to people who have already bought it do you think?

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Jun 7, 2001, 10:30 PM
 
Hi Thomas,
The only way to currently get it is through the purchase of one of the appleshare server products. I think the cheapest option is to purchase the AppleShare Upgrade for 10 users, which includes ANAT. Are you an educational user? If so, you can purchase it at the store for education.... I believe they have a version for X in the works (at least they should.....)
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Jun 7, 2001, 10:41 PM
 
Originally posted by ddiokno:
<STRONG>Hi Thomas,
The only way to currently get it is through the purchase of one of the appleshare server products. I think the cheapest option is to purchase the AppleShare Upgrade for 10 users, which includes ANAT. Are you an educational user? If so, you can purchase it at the store for education.... I believe they have a version for X in the works (at least they should.....)
regards,
dave</STRONG>
Thanks. I am an educational user. The person be fore me purchased AppleShareIP 6.0, never used it thought. It didn't come on the disk we have. Would it be a separate disk that may have gotten lost here?

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Jun 7, 2001, 11:09 PM
 
Originally posted by tmikkelsen:
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Thanks. I am an educational user. The person be fore me purchased AppleShareIP 6.0, never used it thought. It didn't come on the disk we have. Would it be a separate disk that may have gotten lost here?

thanks</STRONG>
Hi Thomas,
I believe it was a separate disk (which was included in the package). I have the 6.3 version, and it was definitely a separate disk in this release. The educational upgrade price is $199.
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