A reseller has filed a $5 million lawsuit against Ingram Micro Inc. on charges of fraud and misrepresentation. <P> Frank Vanderputt, president of Vandy Corp., doing business as Vandy-Micro Corp. in Mission Viejo, Calif., said Ingram Micro knowingly sold upgrade packages of Novell Inc. NetWare to his company for unregistered users and did not ask for or require user licenses when selling the upgrades. <P> The suit was filed July 16 in Superior Court in Orange County, Calif. <P> Executives at Ingram Micro, based here, declined to comment, but a spokeswoman issued a statement saying the claim is without merit and the distributor is actively defending against the case. <P> Vandy was sued by Novell, Provo, Utah, in 1997 for selling illegal NetWare upgrades and was socked with a $4.6 million judgment. <P>
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