Whistler Server: Taking Shape with Beta 2

As the Whistler server family takes shape with the recent release of the beta 2 version, it is becoming an operating system with a major overhaul of its Web serving capabilities and relatively modest improvements to deployment and management technologies. This report drills into what's new and important with Beta 2 on the server side. Editor's note: Since this special report was published, Microsoft has renamed the Whistler server family. The new name is Windows .NET Server.

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