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  • Windows Server 2003 offers more, demands more

    The long-awaited Windows Server 2003 will be here in less than a month. Was it worth the wait? Or, more important, when's the right time for your company to deploy it? In this series of articles appearing today and every Thursday for the next two wee... 

  • Admin Know-IT-All Question #28

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #28 

  • Using SUS without Active Directory

    Looking for an affordable way to keep your user workstations humming with all of those critical security updates and hotfixes? Software Update Services doesn't have all the answers, but it's a good solution for the cost -- free -- from Microsoft. Enh... 

  • Economy, new VP drove System Center strategy

    Microsoft management group director David Hamilton dishes to's Margie Semilof about his boss -- former BMC CIO Kirill Tatarinov -- and Redmond's vision for the brave new world of Windows sys admin software. 

  • Freight company hauls in 37,000 Windows patches

    Administrators at freight giant CNF have installed an eye-popping 37,000 Windows desktop patches since August. An IT manager with CNF explained why they needed so many, and he offered some patch management advice for those who need to patch things up... 

  • Microsoft shifts manageability gears

    Microsoft is charting a new course for its management software products. At the Microsoft Management Summit this week, executives pledged to build manageability features directly into applications, a notable departure from Microsoft's past strategy. 

  • Admin Know-IT-All Question #27

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #27 

  • News from Microsoft Management Summit 2003

    For the latest news from Microsoft Management Summit 2003, check out the following links. 

  • Administrators crave instrumentation guidance

    Windows administrators are eager for Microsoft to share some knowledge wealth with them, according to an executive with Microsoft partner NetIQ. Specifically, they want the lowdown on setting up instrumentation in the management applications, as well... 

  • Microsoft to announce major shift in manageability strategy

    And then there was one. One management product, that is. At next week's Microsoft Management Summit, the software maker will unveil its plans for Sydney, a project that sources say will combine Microsoft's three Windows manageability products into on...