With this essential setup done, I was ready to dive into NetPresenz itself. Originally a shareware package, NetPresenz was rendered obsolete by increasing functionality in the Mac OS and has been made freeware. It does not work on macOS. When you unpack the NetPresenz archive, you get an install folder that looks like this: Notify me of new comments via email. Stairways Software Pty Ltd. Both of these use the SMB protocol to achieve networking.
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Once again it had worked first time! Back at the Install folder, I now double clicked the NetPresenz application itself, and was greeted by its incredibly minimalistic log window as my sole indication that NetPresenz was now serving FTP out onto the HappyMacs network.
When you unpack the NetPresenz archive, you get an install folder that looks like this: Retrieved from ” https: This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat I then double clicked the site name I had just setup and sure enough, once more, with no muss, neypresenz fuss, I was presented the below:.
This is the third in our series concerning how to network your vintage Macintosh with its Windows peers of the day.
It does not work on macOS. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Email required Address never made public. With NetPresenz and Netpreaenz installed, you can both make your files available to others via FTP, and you can access files that others are making available to you, also via FTP. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
In NetPresenz netpresenx can also set per folder greeting messages, such that when a user navigates into any given folder, they get a folder-specific greeting message, but I did not bother with that additional setup.
This is where NetPresenz comes in. Now that the server was running, I needed an FTP client to test it with. For this, I picked Fetch.
I logged in using anonymous FTP: I pointed it at Notify me of new comments via email. I then double clicked the site name I had just setup and sure enough, once more, with no muss, no fuss, I was presented the below: The quick answer is security.
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NetPresenz allows you to set per user login greeting messages, so that when a particular user logs in, they are greeted with a customized message. Without question, this made Fetch my first choice. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Finally, I allowed anonymous FTP access to it. The ability to customize the login message was typical of FTP servers of the day, but it is netpresen a nice refinement.
With this essential setup done, I was ready to dive into NetPresenz itself. You can get both Fetch and Transmit from the Macintosh Garden at http: A note of key importance highlighted by this netprexenz is to make sure that File Sharing is on before you run NetPresenz. You are commenting using your Google account. This network -related software article is a stub. Those of you who are intimately familiar with Windows NT 4. It worked the first time, no muss, no fuss.
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