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GIS View Server View and print GIS maps directly in the browser. Total GIS View Server is a client/server-solution with ActiveX clients for GIS professionals. Use it to provide your workers or clients the option to view and print GIS files. This is the most convenient and safe way to give access to any number of authorized people to your GIS content.
Total GIS View Server allows viewing and printing GIS files without any special software on client machines. This is so easy that suits even to people without any GIS experience. All they need to view GIS files is a browser.
Total GIS View Server is very easy-to-use. When a new user wants to view a GIS file, a thin ActiveX is downloaded automatically. We pack ActiveX into a small CAB file so that it could be downloaded even faster. This ActiveX runs in the browser and communicates with the server. Besides, it is very safe as the ActiveX component handles security settings.
Try Total GIS View Server - a full featured GIS viewer. It is safe, reliable and quite affordable.
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