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Explains domains, domain controllers, and member servers

Explains the migration complexities of moving to Active Directory

Exchange 2000 requires Active Directory; unlike its predecessor, it doesn't have a directory service of its own

Outlines which Windows 2000 features require the deployment of Active Directory

Microsoft released Exchange 2000 Release Candidate 1 (RC1) in lateFebruary and hinted at new pricing and packaging for the final version of the Exchange 2000 product line

Microsoft released a hotfix for three critical bugs in Windows 2000 on the same day the operating system was launched

Summary of security patches issued between Feb. 26, 2000, and Mar. 17, 2000 for Site Server 3.0, SMS 2.0, Internet Explorer 4.x and 5.x, and multiple other Microsoft products

The specification will help Windows developers integrate third-party data mining tools into their applications

Chinese government has approved the sale of Windows 2000 in China, ruling that Microsoft need not alter the 128-bit encryption features in its software

Why Microsoft felt compelled to do a radical overhaul of Exchange