Administering two platforms is tough. Microsoft Services for Unix 2.0 provides a practical set of tools for making sure Windows and Unix users get along—and that your job gets easier.
Here's how one company's consultants used COM+ and MTS to scale its Oracle database to be available via the Web.
When moving subnets from Unix JOIN to Win2K DHCP,
this admin got a crash course on the intricacies
of IP addressing and the pure beauty of the superscope.
Naturally, Microsoft wants to woo your company away from its reliance on NDS. Windows Services for NetWare is crucial to that goal. Here’s how it works.
New title available for Migrating Exam; resource kit tools for Commerce Server 2000
DuoCor Sytem Guardian/XC 2000 centralizes backup administration.
Newest messaging server available for download as evaluation kit.
Secure Copy 3.0 adds Microsoft Clustering support.
Upgrade adds SmartPull Distributor feature.
Got poor Windows 2000 training? One group considers filing suit.
Two new security updates for Windows 2000 Server, Advanced Server.
Microsoft has developed an extension for Windows NT 4.0 that allows this platform to take advantage of Windows 2000 Active Directory (AD) features.
O'Reilly adds Win2K admin book, exam book covering core and design tests.
New version of Heroix RoboMon incorporates support for ISA Server 2000.
Microsoft Operations Manager 2000 also introduced.