Legacy operating systems

  • October 24, 2002 24 Oct'02

    DNS: .NET and .Now

    Resident Active Directory and migration expert Paul Hinsberg shares his thoughts on DNS configuration challenges, security issues and what to expect when using DNS in .NET.

  • October 01, 2002 01 Oct'02

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #5

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #5

  • October 01, 2002 01 Oct'02

    Customers eagerly await Microsoft's SMS 2003 beta

    At long last, Microsoft has released the third trial version and first public beta of SMS 2003 change and management software. Customers tell they're looking forward to the features and don't mind the wait as long as ...

  • August 30, 2002 30 Aug'02

    Windows 2000 Server now .NET Server 2003

    First, it was called "Whistler." Then "Windows 2002 Server." After that, "Windows .NET Server." And now, this product is called "Windows .NET Server 2003." Analysts think Microsoft's changing the name yet again means the product won't reach the ...

  • July 19, 2002 19 Jul'02

    Windows 2000 security news

    Here's a look at some of the biggest stories in Windows this week.

  • May 15, 2002 15 May'02

    IT pro offers insider tips on Systems Management Server 2.0

    Get insider advice and troubleshooting tips on Microsoft's Systems Management Server from IT engineer Dana Daugherty. Daugherty was one of the early adopters of SMS 2.0 and now uses it to manage and distribute software to Windows desktops in 12 ...

  • March 18, 2002 18 Mar'02

    Building a better firewall

    ISA Server expert Tom Shinder answers user questions about firewalls and Microsoft's ISA Server in this follow-up to his March 14 webcast "Building a better firewall." If you missed the live event, be sure to tune into the

  • March 14, 2002 14 Mar'02

    The Honeycutting edge

    We've got a new expert in the house! Jerry Honeycutt is his name -- waxing Windows is his game. Jerry is a hands-on Windows expert who teaches people how to make the most of their Microsoft. Whether it's penning books, speaking to audiences, ...

  • December 21, 2001 21 Dec'01

    Hold off on NT's last rites

    Microsoft may be pulling support for Windows NT. But there's no need to pull life support just yet. Users aren't quite ready to let the system go.

  • November 27, 2001 27 Nov'01

    Case study: Defrag for less hang time

    Tony Conte's recent decision-making process on a third-party defrag utility went smoothly, and his company, Racine, Wis.-based Horizon Retail Construction, Inc. is now reaping the benefits. Horizon's seven Windows servers and 150 workstations are ...

  • October 29, 2001 29 Oct'01

    Finance company nixes application failures

    When Tony DeVoto's applications worked one day but not the next, he knew something was up. This article documents the NT administrator's search for a product to help him diagnose and fix the errors, usually caused by configuration changes.

  • October 01, 2001 01 Oct'01

    MEC 2001: Update from the floor

    Folks who made the trip to Orlando and MEC 2001 tell searchWin2000 why they're there, and what their chief concerns are.

  • September 24, 2001 24 Sep'01

    Windows 2000 users are switching to Linux

    Many businesses running Windows 2000 on servers plan to increase their usage of Linux, according to a new TechTarget survey. Linux is winning converts with its lower cost, easier licensing, stability and reliability.

  • September 15, 2001 15 Sep'01

    Migration tool eases insurance company's move to Windows 2000

    Safety Insurance of Massachusetts finds out that migration doesn't have to be painful. The company uses The Van, a settings migration tool, to speed up and ease the stress of migration.

  • September 05, 2001 05 Sep'01

    Win2k Training: Don't leave NT without it

    Without proper training, it's all too easy to go wrong migrating to Windows 2000. But in order to do things right, network and system managers must master new concepts, new techniques and even new vocabulary at an upfront cost that can easily eat up...