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I'm looking for documentation and setup disk for the P400T. Anthology Solutions is out of business and the link on a previous post for this information is no longer valid.
I picked one of these up from a client where it wasn't used any longer. I would like to make use of it.
Thanks for any help on this one.
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A few documents from the Web:

There are references to an ISO download of the Yellow Machine Software (the final version was 3.3) but I've not found one yet.

Version 2.91 User Manual:
http://netpio.co.kr/files/P400T_User_Manual_v2_91.pdf
Quick Installation Guide:
http://www.netpio.co.kr/files/QIG_password.pdf
Using your Yellow Machine:
http://web.archive.org/web/20051026223944/http://www.anthologysolutions.com/products/YM_Using.pdf
FAQ list:
http://web.archive.org/web/20051026223944/http://www.anthologysolutions.com/support/faq_ym.htm


HDD Setup:

http://web.archive.org/web/20050601002716/www.anthologysolutions.com/pdf/HDDinstall_procedure.pdf


Tech Note
How to share Yellow Machine" appliance storage with workgroup members after system software installation


Note: This configuration process is done prior to connecting your Yellow Machine appliance to the network.
1.1 Set the IP Address of your PC
From Control Panel -> Network Connections -> LAN Connection Properties -> TCP/IP Properties, set your PC to "obtain IP address automatically."
To reset the IP address, click "Start" and then "Run or "Command prompt" to open a DOS command window.
Type "ipconfig /release" to release the IP address.
Type "ipconfig /renew" to set a new IP address.
2.1 Setup Workgroup for the Yellow Machine" Storage Appliance
From Internet Explorer, launch the Yellow Machine Manager by entering http://172.16.1.1:10000/.
Open the Storage menu and click Quick Network Storage.
Click the Edit button in Windows Networking Global Options. (Refer to manual, Chapter 5.6.1.1).
Enter Workgroup, Server description fields.
Click the Apply button.
2.2 Setup Storage for the Yellow Machine" Storage Appliance
Still in Yellow Machine Manager, click the Edit button from the Network Storage Configuration menu.
Select the Logical disk to be configured. (Refer to manual, Chapter 5.6.2.1).
Check the type of storage system to build.
Check a physical disk that is a member of the logical disk.
You may select and deselect the physical disk by clicking the check box of each disk.
Click Format Selected Disks.
Click the Apply button.
Click the Configure button in the confirmation window.
Click the OK button when you have completed the configuration.
2.3 Set Host Name for the Yellow Machine" Storage Appliance
Open the Network menu and click the Host Configuration button.
Click the Edit button. (Refer to manual, Chapter 5.4.2).
Enter a Host Name
Enter a Domain Name and DNS Server if a static IP address is used for the WAN connection.
Click the Apply button.
Click the Logout button.

Yellow Machine Software Installation Guide v.3.3
http://www.wikiscribes.com/ReadMeFirstv3.3_en.pdf 
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Thank you very much for your help.  I would have hated to toss this when it appears to work just fine.
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