Do your homework! Setting up a small network running Win2K is just the ticket if you want hands-on experience immediately.
Windows 2000 licensing can be complex if your needs go beyond the basics. Our intrepid reporter sorts it all out, and offers some hints on where you can get the best deals for your company's needs.
Use Windows 2000's default security to make sure no one gets in without your permission. First step: Understand what ships in the product.
Heroix RoboMon acts as a beacon for systems administrators whose networks are about to flounder on the rocks.
The IEAK 5.0 exam forces you to prove your knowledge of Internet Explorer and the technologies that make it work.
This product can get you through the most critical phase of software delivery.
TechNet subscriptions now offer more content and greater customization for international markets.
Still pondering whether to buy Windows 2000? There are a billion reasons why you should not wait.
ZDU offers online Windows 2000 training, along with plenty of other topics, but this reviewer still prefers that personal touch when he learns.
A retrospective look at the MCP program's rapid growth and how it was covered in the pages of this magazine.
You can write scripts to download files from an FTP site using DOS or, better yet, components and WSH. Choose your weapon.
At what point in your career should you leave being a jack-of-all-trades and acquire a specialty?
Plugging the most well-known holes in your Windows NT network is surprisingly easy. The author takes you step by step through her favorites.
No need to feel intimidated around the Registry. Here's a brief tour -- and your chance to modify the Registry safely.
Windows 2000 provides new mechanisms for keeping track of users and groups. But the familiar rules for managing them still apply.
For an upcoming special project, MCP Magazine would like to publish photographs of its readers.