Microsoft Adds FullArmor’s FAZAM 2000 to Windows Resource Kit

FullArmor Corp. announced that a “lite” version of FAZAM 2000, a Group Policy management solution for Windows 2000, is included in the latest Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit.

FAZAM 2000 Reduced Functionality Version (RFV) will enable administrators to view and manage Group Policy more efficiently. RFV will include the full user interface an diagnostic features found in the full version, as well as limited access to FAZAM 2000’s resultant set of policies (RSoP), ‘What if Analysis’, and the ability to back up GPOs and restore GPO settings.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.


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