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Microsoft© SNA Server 4.0 is a comprehensive gateway and application integration platform that seamlessly knits together the two worlds of mainframes and client/server networks?providing tremendous economies of scale as organizations leverage existing host data to distributed applications, and preserving investments in existing AS/400- and mainframe-based systems. The platform is being redesigned and will be called Host Integration Server 2000, which is already in Beta.
Resource Sites
Microsoft's SNA Home Page
The official home for SNA Server.

SNA Server 4.0 Service Pack 2
Download the latest update to Microsoft SNA Server

Where to Start
SNA Server 4.0 FAQ
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Installing SNA Server on Windows 2000 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 251320 - Although SNA Server 4.0 SP3 and later is supported on Windows 2000, when you run Autorun.exe or Setup.exe from the SNA Server 4.0, 4.0 SP1, or 4.0 SP2 refresh CD-ROM on a new installation, the following error message occurs: (updated 6/18/2002) 

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Installing SNA Server on Windows 2000 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 251320 - Although SNA Server 4.0 SP3 and later is supported on Windows 2000, when you run Autorun.exe or Setup.exe from the SNA Server 4.0, 4.0 SP1, or 4.0 SP2 refresh CD-ROM on a new installation, the following error message occurs:

Microsoft SNA Server and Cisco Systems Data Center Routers Provide High-Performance Mainframe Integration
This paper describes Cisco and Microsoft collaboration that enhances mainframe connectivity for SNA Server. In the late 1990s, a combination of two technologies is providing compelling enterprise-wide benefits in ease of use, speed of deployment, scalability, and availability. The technologies are the Microsoft© Windows? operating system development environment, together with ubiquitous connectivity provided by Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks.

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