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  • November 06, 2002 06 Nov'02

    KIA Quiz #5: Missing in action

    KIA Quiz #5: Missing in action

  • November 06, 2002 06 Nov'02

    KIA Quiz #8: Hey! Back me up here!

    KIA Quiz #8: Hey! Back me up here!

  • November 06, 2002 06 Nov'02

    Administrator Know-IT-All Quiz round-up

    Got an itchy trigger finger, cowpoke? Well then maybe it's time you moseyed on over to the admin Know-IT-All Quiz round-up! See if you're worth yer weight in tumbleweeds and test your gumption against one of the most despicable IT desperados of them...

  • November 06, 2002 06 Nov'02

    KIA Quiz #9: Islands in the slipstream

    KIA Quiz #9: Islands in the slipstream

  • November 04, 2002 04 Nov'02

    Optimize your binding settings in Windows 2000, part 2

    Our expert digs deeper into the issue of network bindings and offers more tips so IT pros can boost network performance.

  • November 04, 2002 04 Nov'02

    IT admins: Microsoft ruling will have little impact

    The antitrust settlement has been approved. Now what? How does the decision in Washington affect you at work? Admins, analysts and consultants agree that the judge's ruling won't have much, if any impact on your job.

  • October 30, 2002 30 Oct'02

    Patch management software IT pro's friend

    Vendors issue so many software patches to remedy bugs that IT pros are overwhelmed, and recent hacker attacks have "caught IT administrators with their pants down," says one expert.

  • October 29, 2002 29 Oct'02

    Expert: Admins have to sell the boss on security

    IDC analysts predict companies will talk less and spend more when it comes to IT security. Spending on security and business continuity is expected to swell to $155 billion over the next four years. SearchWin2000.com expert Roberta Bragg offers some...

  • October 29, 2002 29 Oct'02

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #9

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #9

  • October 28, 2002 28 Oct'02

    Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 11

    Though we live and work in a Windows world, readers say Linux is worth a look, if only for the lack of licensing issues.

  • October 24, 2002 24 Oct'02

    MEC and Tech-Ed: Members sound off

    There will be no MEC 2003. Next year, the longstanding Microsoft Exchange Conference (This year, the "E" was changed to enterprise.) will be combined with Microsoft's Tech-Ed developer show, which is ...

  • October 23, 2002 23 Oct'02

    DNS: .NET and .Now

    SearchWin2000.com 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 23, 2002 23 Oct'02

    User security spotlight: Why one company minimizes Windows

    4th Wave Imaging is a company of nine geophysicists who study survey data sent in from their oil company customers. 4th Wave uses a process called cross-equalization to find oil that has been bypassed by previous exploration, and the results can ...

  • October 16, 2002 16 Oct'02

    Microsoft publishes life cycle plans

    The fog that is the uncertainty about Microsoft's support cycle may have lifted. The company has now put in writing how long it plans to support its products.

  • October 15, 2002 15 Oct'02

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #7

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #7

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