The Windows .NET Server Family

Windows .NET Server is the next major version of the Windows server operating system. It has been overshadowed by two colossal Microsoft product releases, its direct predecessor, Windows 2000, and the .NET Framework (along with Visual Studio .NET). Nonetheless, any server operating system release from Microsoft is significant, and the industry has been following the career of Whistler/Windows 2002/Windows .NET Server closely. This series of articles will explain what is significant about the Windows .NET Server family release, and when enterprises should expect it and consider deploying it.

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