December 2000 - Take It Easy! Let IntelliMirror Do All the Work for You
Windows 2000's management tools can get you home on time.
We know you're skeptical about how much time you'll truly save moving your organization to Windows 2000. But some of these management tools really can help you get home on time for a change.
Keep your NT-to-Win2K migration in check with this helpful book.
Use this “text book” to learn the ins and outs of Win2K administration.
Proving that you’re ready to perform a migration to Windows 2000 requires a deep understanding of Windows 2000, Active Directory, NT 4.0, and the tools in the Win2K Resource Kit.
Consider yourself under the threat of constant attack—viruses aren’t going away. Here, we examine five network anti-virus solutions that can aid you in your fight.
Need help managing heterogeneous networks? Perhaps bv-Admin is the answer.
Build comprehensive firewall protection with CyberwallPLUS 6.0.
Quickly access your SMS database via Aelita's SnapReports.
Aladdin Systems StuffIt offers an alternative to WinZip, but is it better?
Domain Migration Administrator excels on security migration.
If you think low-cost laptops mitigate the need for handheld PCs, think again.
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This year has been a trying one for many, but it’s time we remind ourselves about what’s really important in life.
A decision in the antitrust case keeps us all in limbo.
Self Test’s Win2K practice exams are solid, though improving technical explanations and implementing a 32-bit testing engine wouldn’t hurt.
Active Directory warrants a melding of technical and business skills.
Flex your analytical muscle with a little XOR-cise.
This month, Greg and Steve share with you some books they hold near and dear to their hearts—personally, as well as professionally.
Santa Gates has a special toy from the land of Windows 2000. Question is, how does it work?
Get help troubleshooting and fine-tuning performance on your Win2K systems with this handy tool.
When network connections are unavailable, Windows 2000’s Offline Files can keep you going.