Windows Services For Unix

Last Updated on: 25th December 2023, 12:57 pm

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Category: Others
Platform: Linux, UNIX-like
License: Proprietary
Interface: CLI
Wikipedia: Windows Services For Unix
First release: February 1999

Windows Services For Unix – a free software which provides a full range of supported and fully integrated cross-platform network services for enterprise customers to use in integrating Windows into their existing UNIX-based environments.

The application allows users to transfer applications from Linux and Unix platforms to Windows. Windows Services For Unix 3.5 is compatible with Windows 2000, XP and Server 2003 and can be downloaded for free from the company’s website.

The new software is compatible with all major Unix distributions and with major Linux versions. Windows Services For Unix 3.5 also allows users to share files between Unix and Windows systems, and allows system administrators to access Windows servers via Telnet.

Version 3.5 includes extensive features, allowing, among others on using Windows servers as file servers or printing terminals for Unix, or connecting computers to Unix for more complex applications.

Predecessor: Microsoft POSIX subsystem
Successor: Windows Subsystem for Linux

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