April 1994
Macworld;Apr94, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p163
Features developments in Macitosh computer networks. AppleShare update for AppleShare 4.0.1; Models for the Apple Remote Access protocol; AG Group's four-tape TroubleShooting Videotape Series.


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