April 6, 1999
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Razor version 4.1e is officially available. It can be downloaded via our Web site (www.visible.com) or FTP site (ftp.visible.com). This new version contains a number of enhancements, most significant is the availability of an NT-based server. Some version highlights include:
For information regarding pricing of our new product, NT Server, please contact our Sales group at email@example.com.
- IssueWeaver style configuration tool
- Replacement of user account requirement for remote clients with Razor configurable user accounts
- New "file:" tag for X_OF_MANY and ONE_OF_MANY Attributes definitions
- Remote client performance improvements
- Command line enhancements for license and user administration
- Threads enhancement in dealing with trunks and branches
- Miscellaneous problem fixes
With the release of Razor v4.1e, we thought it would be a good time to remind everyone about Tower's (generous ;-) license scheme.
The upgrade/support contract is renewable on a yearly basis and entitles you to our new releases and customer support. Approximately 6 weeks prior to the service expiration date, users will be notified when invoking the Razor tools. This is just a reminder for you to start the process of renewing your upgrade/support contract. In version 4.1e, we have modified the service reminder to make it less frequent (at 1 week before and finally at 2 days prior to expiration).
Upon receipt of payment for upgrade/support renewal, you will receive a set of license keys that reflect the new support expiration date. It is important to install these keys so that you will be eligible to upgrade to our latest releases over the coming year. REMEMBER to use "razor license" when installing license keys.
Tower's first Process Course is almost full. Call for availability. The End user/Admin Course has a few openings left. For more details, see our Web page at http://www.tower.com/class . Spring time is a great time of year to visit Central New York.
Here's another puzzle to take your mind off of your real job ;-) Thanks to Mark Brown for providing this months puzzle.
When asked this riddle, 80% of kindergarten students got the answer, compared to 17% of Stanford University seniors. What is greater than God, More evil than the devil, The poor have it, The rich need it, And if you eat it, you'll die?
If anyone has a cool mind twister of sorts to share with the Razor community, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.