Re: Windows NT Reflector

The mad Scientist! (s324131@student.uq.edu.au)
Sun, 5 May 1996 16:45:53 +1000 (GMT+1000)


On Fri, 3 May 1996, Brian O'Shea wrote:

What about a version for OS2 Warp?
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s324131@student.uq.edu.au

> >Can anyone tell me where to get reliable NT reflector software? I
> >have ordered the White Pine version but it isn't supposed to be ready
> >for a few weeks.\
>
> A Beta version of the White Pine Reflector, 2.0.3B1 for Intel NT is available
> for download from the web. It works on NT 3.5.1 and 4.0, but the uninstall is
> having a problem on 4.0. It runs as a service under NT, and therfore will not
> run on Windows 95.
>
> An NT Alpha version will be available shortly. The reflector is done, just
> dealing with installer bugs. Should be available from the web sometime on
> Monday.
>
> The NT PPC version will follow sooner or later. The gating factor will likely
> be installer issues, since the reflector itself ported to Alpha from Intel
> without a problem.
>
> Yes, there will be a Windows 95 version available soon too.
>
> The White Pine Reflector, 2.0.1 for most Unix platforms has been available for
> download off the web for a few weeks now.
>
> All of the reflectors can be used on a demonstration basis, with a demo serial
> number that allows 10 participants, free for 30 days.
>
> CU-Support says, don't use a CU-SeeMe serial number on a reflector, and vice
> versa... :-)