According to Dupont, Netilla uses Java Virtual Machine as a tool to run Java, enabling access to Java applications. Netilla's thin-client mode provides access to shared Windows files and file servers. Netilla supports Outlook with all three access modes, and its Web applications mode supports Outlook Web Access. To learn more about Netilla's access modes and how they can be used to support many kinds of applications, visit Netilla's FAQs page or read their white papers.
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