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  • System Center joins the Microsoft logjam

    The software maker's plan to combine desktop and server management in a single offering has been put on hold while Microsoft works to clear a backlog of products that have a higher priority. 

  • Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #23: Answer key

    ANSWER KEY: Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #23
    Tuning Microsoft Server Clusters 

  • Forecast on Microsoft licensing speaks volumes

    Buried in the hubbub this week over Microsoft's decision to release piles of cash to its shareholders was a rosier-than-expected forecast for software-license renewals for volume customers. 

  • What's in store for August

    Are you a genuine IT Meister? Then get ready to show off your skills in August! 

  • Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #22: Answer key

    ANSWER KEY: Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #22
    MCSE Planning a Windows Server 2003 Network Study Guide 

  • Signs hopeful for a Microsoft-Cisco security pact

    Microsoft and Cisco Systems Inc. find themselves steaming directly at one another in the area of network security, but this technology brinkmanship doesn't have to end badly. 

  • XP SP2 delay causes domino effect for WUS

    The next version of Microsoft's free patch management tool has a new release timetable now that a refresh of Windows XP is nearly out the door. 

  • Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #21: Answer key

    ANSWER KEY: Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #21
    Windows 2000 Clustering and Load Balancing Handbook 

  • Microsoft heads toward perimeter collision with Cisco

    The software maker plans to build network-access control into Windows, technology that is similar to Cisco's Network Admission Control program. Microsoft hopes to work something out with the networking giant. 

  • Microsoft releases more details on XP SP2

    The software maker said the second service pack for Windows XP will go to manufacturing in August. Executives also outlined technologies that will make deploying remote clients quicker and less arduous.