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  • Printer administration pointers from the experts

    This two-part Q&A article offers a plethora of printer management pointers from our resident experts on everything from pesky connection problems to security and application compatibility issues. 

  • Quest plans to acquire Aelita for $115M

    Quest Software has agreed to acquire Aelita Software for $115 million. Both companies make products that manage Windows server software. 

  • The Seabiscuit of enterprise software

    At the ripe old age of 4, Windows 2000 Server has hit middle age. With a hot rookie nipping at its tail (Windows Server 2003), the thoroughbred server operating system's days on the track are numbered. 

  • Second beta of MOM 2004 released

    Microsoft took a step closer to MOM's farewell with a second beta version of the server management software. After MOM 2004 is released, the technology will be folded into System Center. 

  • Altiris seeks to improve support in wake of Wise buy

    Altiris has promised several product-support improvements to prove to its new Wise Solutions customers that it's serious about serving them. Some of those customers say they'll keep an open mind. 

  • Application prep work pays off

    Preparing applications to be installed across an enterprise can be tricky, depending on the size and complexity of the organization. However, expert Jeff Greenwald said that there are a few things administrators can do to make this process easier, re... 

  • Exchange expert details the 'power of three'

    In an interview, Tony Redmond, CTO of Hewlett-Packard's services unit and an expert on Microsoft Exchange, delves into features of the latest version of Microsoft's messaging platform and he predicts how it will stack up against Lotus and open source... 

  • Admin restrictions help keep Active Directory safe

    Service administrators may be in charge of keeping Active Directory safe, but they can also be an organization's greatest liability. 

  • Analysis: Microsoft understands the great motivator

    For the longest time, Microsoft has been pleading with users to set up firewalls and regularly patch their software. Now Redmond's finally found the real solution to the rampant problem of computer viruses and worms. 

  • Letters to the Editor: Microsoft's new monthly security updates

    When SearchWin2000.com asked administrators what they thought of Microsoft's new monthly security updates, the response was overwhelming.