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TONIGHT December 16, 6 p.m.: Windows 2000 and the Internet, with Tony Northr

Join Tony Northrup for an look at IIS 5.0, the tie that binds Windows 2000 strongly with the Internet.

Windows 2000 has a bevy of new features, but its Web site security and performance a la IIS 5.0 might be reason enough for anyone using NT 4.0 to consider making the move. Join Tony Northrup, MCSE, for an in-depth look at IIS 5.0, and how it can impact your business. The chat takes place Thursday, December 16 at 6 pm Pacific, in the #Public1 chat room. This chat is open to the public.

Before you join the chat, be sure to read Tony's article in the January 2000 issue, "Web Wizardry: Putting the Internet to Work on Windows 2000," now online at http://www.mcpmag.com/members/00jan/fea1main.asp).

As always, chat participants have a chance to win MCP Magazine goodies and self-study products during all scheduled chats. For details on how to join a chat or to view the line-up of upcoming chats, go to http://www.mcpmag.com/2000chat.asp.

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