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PC MacLAN 9.0 for Windows NT/2K/XP (English, German, French, Japanese)

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AppleTalk protocol stack and file-/printserver functionality for Windows
(AppleTalk over DDP [legacy] as well as over IP [AFP 3.0 only])

From the readme file (as of September 2002):

"PC MACLAN 9.0 for Windows NT/2K/XP is the newest, and fastest, version of Miramar Systems' award-winning PC MACLAN family of products. This document includes important details about the product.

Additionally you will find three exciting software utilities. Two file renaming utilities: PC Migrator, a PC-based tool; and AKA, a Macintosh-based tool that automatically adds the proper file extensions and removes any "illegal" characters. You will also find MacOpener(tm) by DataViz, the leading solution for opening, renaming, and formatting any Mac media (i.e. floppy, Jaz, Zip or CD-ROM) on your PC.

PC MACLAN 9.0 new functionality and improvements are:

* It now supports AppleTalk Filing Protocol (AFP) 3.0. This provides support for larger file sizes, larger partitions and in the case of the file client longer file names.
* A Setup Wizard that makes it easier to configure the file and print servers.
* Printer configuration in the print server has been improved.
* Improved wireless support for Netgear, Linksys, D-Link and Orinoco
* Better internet support
* Automated selection of network adapter
* Support for sharing network drives with Mac users"

Architecture: x86 (Windows)

Install on Windows NT/2K/XP.
AFP connections to Macs running AppleShare 3.0 and newer (System 7 and up, maybe even 6 with updated AppleShare).


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by 24bit - 2017, February 6 - 4:54pm

Thanks for this one!
An AppleTalk server on a Windows box was the easiest way for me to manage files with my Mac_II.
The evaluation version is online for 180 minutes, which was enough for me back in the days.