What's New in Windows Server 2003
Subject:   Re:What's New in Windows Server 2003
Date:   2003-05-07 06:46:46
From:   anonymous2
I Prefer my Slackware 9 running apache, openldap and other of the services of linux (-$) itīs free, fast and best..


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  • Re:What's New in Windows Server 2003
    2008-09-19 09:09:24  Arjunkumar777 [View]

    1) Domain rename is not possible in windows 2000
    2) Windows 2k - IIS 5 and windows 2k3 - II6
    3) Windows 2k - IE 5 and Windows 2k3 - IE6
    4) Terminal service are enhanced in win2k3
    5) Windows 2k doesn't have 64 bit version
    6) DNS Stub zone has introduced in win2k3.
    7) Shadow copying has introduced.
    8) Schema version has changed from ver.13 to ver.30
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  • Re:What's New in Windows Server 2003
    2004-01-08 19:43:31  anonymous2 [View]

    Don't you EVER get bored of the childish "who has the bigger thingy"? If you want to use Linux - good on you. But please would the Linux world please stop hounding non-Linux folk with your "Micro$oft" is crap etc etc. Its so 1990's. And the statement Linux free - please use it sparingly - I have a 2000 user network and 150 server implementation. We have custom apps a help desk team etc etc. The cost to the company alone to reprogram/redeploy and retrain staff alone would cripple it.

    Free??...mmm....damn it - you've lowered me to your level!! ARRGGHHH!!!
  • Re:What's New in Windows Server 2003
    2003-12-05 20:14:30  anonymous2 [View]

    Uh, you obviously haven't used Windows 2000/2003 much, then.

    When you figure out how to implement GPO's, let me know. And don't give me crap about profiles. Profiles suck, that's why MS doesn't use them anymore.

    When you figure out how to do application pooling, and full ASP.NET compatibility, let me know.

    More FUD from a Linux zealot...