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Upgrade to Norstar Remote Utilities?

Upgrade to Norstar Remote Utilities?

Upgrade to Norstar Remote Utilities?

(OP)
Is there an upgrade to Norstar Remote Utilities (NRU) on the way, after version 9.0?

I just received the new 4.0 versiion of Avaya's Partner ACS Remote Access  software and it is an example of contemporary commercial-grade Windows software. It organizes the options for lines, sets, restrictions, etc., in a comprehensive and clear way in the PC interface.

NRU could be said to need a facelift to bring it's interface up to current standards.

Anyone heard about new versions of NRU?

Thanks,
Mike

RE: Upgrade to Norstar Remote Utilities?

I understand that Nortel is developing a new version for MICS/CICS 2.0 or higher. It supposedly is an offspring of the "Browser Tool" that is in the current release. It is similar to the GUI used with the Merdian 1 products. You should be able to view any port, the set on the port as well as its individual programming, on a Graphical Interface screen. Betas are apparently running now.

Their challenge that prevents them from upgrading the software across-the-board is that Versions below 2.0 have a different programming structure.

So they canned that idea and decided to focus on the newer versions.

This software is, from what I hear (not a definite fact) due to be released 3rd/4th qtr 2002.

Hope that helps!!

RE: Upgrade to Norstar Remote Utilities?

(OP)
Gratefully received and thank you.

Mike

PS: The betas can be helpful, too. So, if they become available for testing purposes, I'd be interested to try it.

Thanks again.

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