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Mapping disks from other computers for local use.

INetDisk Is a Virtualized disk mapping software,it can mapping some disk/RAID disks on a computer, but the disk source is a disk or a image file on another computer. the virtual disk which you load on your own computer can be used as usual as local. it is fast, safe, reliable and convenient. The mapping disk is exactly the same as the source disks on the server,we can use it as the same as local disk, For example partition , format and do some file operation. But all the operation only work local, do not affect to the server,when your server's disk is in protected accessal. Compared to iscsi, INetDisk also provides a virtual write technology. what is the virtual write mean, That is the user may carry on some operation (read, write, etc) while using the disks, but all operations only affect himself/herself rather than affect the others using same source disks. And all the operation is transparently to users. Mapping the whole disk on server to the same virtual ones on other computers. Mapping partitions on server to virtual hard disks on other computers, the diskâ??s contain a partition that same as the source partitions. Mapping a disk image file on server to virtual hard disks on other computers. Using the virtual disks is all the same as real ones, format, read files, write files and execute programs, etc. By default, all the operation on clients will take effect local, after remounted the virtual disk or restarted computer, the data on the clients will be recovered, but also can make one client as a operator which has full access right can modify server disk directly. Clients can mapping a local image file to virtual disks that is, clients can use this system as a disk emulator without servers. Support series of 2000/XP/2003 operating system. Support the newest operation system ------ VISTA. It can working in with internet environment.

Price: $239.9 USD Category: Network Screenshot: Added: Dec 05th 2008 Publisher: KernSafe Technology Homepage: http://www.kernsafe.com