Condrey Consulting has announced Kanaka, a Mac OS X plug-in that delivers fully automated desktop user access to NetWare services, including its personal and collaborative storage. Kanaka integrates with OS X’s authentication, providing users single sign-in to authenticate to OS X and Novell eDirectory. Kanaka then auto discovers the user’s home directory and collaborative storage locations based solely on the user’s identity and then auto mounts the storage. Kanaka will be available for beta testing later this month and will be shipping in the third quarter of 2004. Mac OS X users who are interested in beta testing can get more information at the Condrey Consulting Web site.