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IBM said a second version of the company's WorkSpace On-Demand client and server-based software used for centrally controlling desktop applications will roll out next month along with a beta version of the company's latest OS/2 Warp Server operating system, code-named Aurora. Executives said that by early next year, the WorkSpace On-Demand software package will support 32-bit Windows applications. The availability of an Aurora beta will result in shipment early next year, IBM said.