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HP 3000 windows client

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Jesse Dougherty
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HP 3000 windows client

Can anyone recommend any HP terminal servers or windows client for the 3000 servers, old or new technology. We will be connecting them through a DTC.

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Ian Warner
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Re: HP 3000 windows client

Try MS92 from Minisoft, Reflection series from WRQ or (free) Qcterm from Aics. All these can go through a DTC or be networked in.

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Vicente Sanchez_3
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Re: HP 3000 windows client


We use Reflection for HP and goes fine.

Regards, Vicente.
Chuck Ciesinski
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Re: HP 3000 windows client


At HNS, we utilize WRQ's Network
Reflections for Windows. Works well. QTCTerm also works great and the price is right...


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Wim Korten

Re: HP 3000 windows client


Some years ago we switched from Reflection to MiniSoft's MS92 because of the huge price difference. Since about a year because of our companies policy we switched to Attachmate's Kea!700/98.

In my opinion MS92 gives the best value for money.

The choice is yours..

Wim Korten.
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John Meissner
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Re: HP 3000 windows client

we use Reflections software to connect to the HP3000 from windows
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Re: HP 3000 windows client

I use Minisoft software too sine many year and with all Windows Version : no problem
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