• Using the Microsoft platform to build highly scalable Web sites

    Bob Familiar's message was loud and clear: It is entirely possible to build highly scalable and transactional Web applications on the Microsoft Windows 2000 platform. It's simply a matter of learning the "best practices" that allow you to do so.

    Brunola3,945 pointsBadges:
  • Improved security with Windows 2000

    Windows 2000 offers significant security improvements over its ancestors, but still has to prove itself in the e-commerce world.

    ITKE409,095 pointsBadges:
  • Group Policy basics

    There are some simple methods for making the most of the Group policy functions within Windows 2000:

    ITKE409,095 pointsBadges:
  • When do Win2k MCSA exams expire?

    Can you please tell me when Win2k MCSA exams will expire? I heard that it will get expire at the end of December 2004.

    Ed Tittel7,350 pointsBadges:
  • Can you explain the Windows 2000 logon process?

    Could you explain or provide a link that explains the Windows 2000 logon process? In addition, would you recommend having clients authenticate and access network resources over a 1.544Mbs WAN Link?

    laurapennquakers2,040 pointsBadges:
  • Event viewer receives a Perfnet error

    I have a problem in my office network that is driving me crazy. We use Win 2000 computers, and since a few days ago, in the event viewer receive the error: "Error : Perfnet Unable to open the Server service.

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • How can I change the product ID in Win 2000 without being fined by Microsoft?

    I'm a network administrator at a local CPA firm in Memphis, TN. Recently I had to do a repair on a Windows 2000 IBM Thinkpad. When purchasing an IBM Thinkpad it does not come with an operating system CD; it only comes with a recovery CD. Unfortunately; the recovery CD does not allow you the option...

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • How can I hide desktop folders and icons?

    I would like to hide desktop folders and icons and also break the screensaver password in Windows 2000. Do you know how I can do this?

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • Do Windows 2000 and XP support automatic login?

    I have some generic workstations in a school library that I want to automatically login using a set username and password (not known to the user) when the machine first boots. Is there a way of doing this with Windows 2000 Pro, Windows XP? If so how, and can the user logout and login with another...

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • Stop DNS registration on Win2k Pro

    This tip will allow you to stop your Win2k Pro boxes from hitting your non-Win2k DNS boxes with DNS registration packets.

    ITKE409,095 pointsBadges:

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