FT DEFINITION: SFT III is a feature providing fault-tolerance in Intel-based PC network server running Novell's NetWare operating system. SFT III allows two servers to mirror each other so that one server is always available in case the other one fails. (Novell doesn't say whether SFT is an abbreviation for something. However, "servers with fault-tolerance" seems to fit.) With SFT III, two servers,
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