Mac OS X Server

Beckman, Mel
July 1999
Macworld;Jul99, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p34
Product Review
Reviews the computer operating system Mac OS X Server from Apple Computer Inc. Benefits offered to users; Capabilities and limitations; Interesting features; Suggested retail price; Ordering information.


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