July 2001 - Sonic Boom! Windows 2002 Smashes Barriers

Plus: Win2K boot problems; SQL Design Exam reviewed; Certificate Authority planning and implementation; setting up ISA Server 2000


Sonic Boom! Windows 2002 Smashes the Barrier

The next version of Windows is a worthy upgrade from Windows 2000, addressing several weaknesses and adding needed functionality. A Windows expert briefs you on the features and the limitations.

Windows XP: The Most Stable Desktop OS Yet

Some quick basics about Windows XP, including reliability and recoverability.

Step on Boot Problems

Knowing exactly how your Windows 2000 Server starts up can get you out of some tight spots.

Covering Cover Letters

Does your resume need a cover letter? If you insist, what traits make for an effective, attention-getting one?


Redmond Unveils Windows .NET Server Exams

New exams planned for general availability in early 2002.

System Administrator Appreciation Day

You rescue the network from a server failure and what do you get? Maybe a pat on the back...

MCSE Exams Discount Extended One More Month

Selected MCSE core and electives exams available for 25-percent until end of September.

Active Directory Guides Available

"Best practices" papers now available on Microsoft's Windows 2000 resources site.

Microsoft Preps New Tracks for Systems Admins, Developers

Redmond examining exam matrices for new tracks, which candidates may attain as early as first quarter 2002.

Windows XP Exam to Debut in Q4 2001

Windows XP/.NET Server exams outlined at Microsoft Fusion.

Cert Group May Add New Titles

Microsoft's Certification and Skills Assessment group plans to announce new tracks for systems administrators and developers.

MOM Gets into .NET Management

Microsoft demonstrated Microsoft Operations Manager 2000 at Networld+Interop.

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