A CDE Definition
(VIrtual NEtworking System) An earlier Unix System V-based network operating system from Banyan Systems that ran on DOS and OS/2-based servers. It provided internetworking of PCs, minis, mainframes and other computer resources providing information sharing across organizations of unlimited size. Incorporating mainframe-like security with a global network directory service called Streettalk, VINES allowed access to all network users and resources. Options included printer sharing, email, remote PC dial-in, bridges and gateways. See ePresence. See also Vine.
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