• Microsoft versus Linux TCO: IT pros sound off, part five

    IT pros relate their experiences with the Microsoft and Linux operating systems. One of the two OSes requires more time and resources to maintain, leaving IT pros with less time to improve systems and serve their customers and organizations, they say.

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  • Print services for Unix

    Learn about the two components in Windows 2000 that provide print services for Unix.

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  • Server Wars: Attack of the penguin

    Are Linux and Windows the greatest threats to the Unixverse? To read the sales numbers, it may appear so. But if you read between the numbers, you realize that they just reflect an evolving computerscape.

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  • Group Policy controls extended to Unix, Linux

    A new third-party offering lets administrators apply policies to servers regardless of whether they are Windows, Linux or Unix based.

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  • Porting UNIX applications to Windows NT

    Developer Tip: Porting UNIX applications to Windows NT

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  • MS tool lets Windows play nice with rivals

    Microsoft is dangling a free version of its Services for Unix product in front of users in hopes of gaining a foothold in the data center.

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  • Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 9

    No operating system is an island nowadays. So, what happens to TCO when Linux and Windows are used together? Three IT managers weigh in.

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  • Four reasons a migration from Linux servers to Windows servers happens

    It's rare for businesses to move from the successful open source platform to the complex Windows Server platform, but the change can be justified.

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  • Unix attributes through Active Directory

    User Robert Muncy explain how a DLL command will allow you to see and modify a user's Unix attributes in AD.

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  • IT managers doubt open source deals will bring change

    Microsoft is lining up Linux partners to maintain the dominance of its operating system. But will it work?

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