DIFFERNCE IN WITDOWS 2003 & WINDOWS 2000

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what is the basic difference windows 2000 server & windows 2003 server.

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The number and the fact that 2003 sucks slightly less than 2000. :)

In all seriousness, that’s quite an answer you’re looking for. But you should really try searching on Google first. For example, I found this site with a casual (and badly-constructed, I admit) search on the Goog:

http://www.demandtech.com/FAQsGeneralNT.htm

One thing I really liked, especially for enterprise-class installations, is the fact that when you reboot the server, you *must* enter a reason. This is great for audit/tracking purposes.

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  • Ramheka
    the diffirence is huge: first 2003 is more secure (is more locked down than 2000) second it handles memory a lot better than 2000 IIS 6 is more stable than iis5 as if one virtual server goes down doesn't take down the entire server (every virtual server runs in its memory space) three a lot faster four DNS has more features than 2000 supports better printing over RDP The list goes on and on
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