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Boundless Technologies has introduced software that provides maintenance and upgrades from one point for its Viewpoint, TC and Capio products. Its Viewpoint Administrator 2.0. management software has been expanded to manage the Boundless Viewpoint, TC and Capio product ranges of Windows-based Terminals. With a list price starting at $129, it is designed to cut costs by network technical supporters being able to manage thin-client devices on a network from a central location. Administrators can manage, configure and upgrade Boundless Windows-based Terminals from a local or remote point without end-user intervention. Supported servers include NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition, with Citrix MetaFrame and Citrix WinFrame. Server requirements are 100 MHz Pentium or higher CPU, 64 MB RAM minimum, 10 MB hard drive plus 10 MB per registered user/release, VGA monitor. The media format is CD-Rom and uses TCP/IP interface. Kenneth East, Boundless COO, said: "Viewpoint Administrator 2.0 is a completely new feature-rich management tool that provides control over how each thin-client device is configured and used, including the ability to install and upgrade the client operating system." ®

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