Testing user success: Boffin's instant CD server

Doering, David
October 1998
EMedia Professional;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p66
Academic Journal
Features Boffin Inc.'s Instant CD Server CD-ROM system. Key specifications; Unit dimensions; Power supply; Support to various protocols; Functions; Implementation of Novell Directory Services.


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