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5. Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
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1. Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
list price: $319.00
our price: $259.99
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Asin: B00003JAU7
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 319
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With its responsive user interface and improved reliability, Windows 2000 Professional is truly the most appealing version yet of Microsoft's operating system. Provided you have the hardware to run it (at least 64 MB of RAM is required), you won't find a better, more serious OS for business computing.

If you are upgrading from previous editions, the Windows 2000 wizards are particularly useful; they'll detect all your software and possible compatibility problems before you make the switch. In testing, our upgrade for a laptop was smooth and sure, and all previously installed software was automatically brought onboard to the new version.

Previously, Microsoft offered only limited support for notebook users within Windows NT 4.0. Windows 2000, however, allows most recent laptops to take advantage of power-management features, plug-and-play standard, plus recent hardware advances, such as the Universal Serial Bus (USB), IrDA for infrared devices, and FireWire. All these improvements mean that Windows 2000 will run on a greater array of systems.

There are some unexpected additions, too. You can also "hibernate" your Windows 2000 notebook to save and restore your work quickly as you go out on the road. In addition, this new OS adds more support for working offline with data saved from the Internet. (The Windows 2000 version of Internet Explorer 5.0 and Active Desktop, which allows you to access Web content from the desktop, are bundled here too.)

Besides support for mobile users, Windows 2000 beefs up reliability and greatly reduces the need to reboot as you update drivers, settings, and the like. Although you can still expect your Linux friends to brag that their favorite OS is even more reliable, the ease of configuration in Windows 2000 and its new-and-improved reliability make for an excellent choice for any serious computer user. Of course, if your business is using Windows 2000 Server on the back end, you will also benefit from easier installation and configuring of software, since these tasks can now be automated by remote administrators.

In all, Windows 2000 is a great-looking operating system, with a slick visual style, a responsive user interface, and plenty of power beneath the hood. For desktop and mobile users, it's a state-of-the-art choice for running today's Windows applications and for getting to the Internet. --Richard Dragan ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Windows 2000 is far superior to Windows 98
Let me tell you Microsoft has done something right finally. Windows 2000 has the stability of NT and the compatability of 98(well almost). I have it running for a week(I had advanced copy) so far and there hasn't been a crash nor a blue screen of death like in Windows 98 SE. The basic requirement I think is a lot of ram, 64+ is fine but I think 128 is good and 256 the optimal. Windows 2000 Professional is easy to use, it looks just like Windows 98 except underneath all of it, it's the NT kernel, which means stability. Windows 2000 has gotten rid of DOS(almost) there is very little dos support and you may not be able to play certain legacy games. The good thing is that companies are writing drivers so that there is a lot of compatability with new things. Basically everything you have in Win98 can probably run in Win2000. There is a program you can download at Microsoft.com to check if there are any compatability issues. The fact that Microsoft must first approve software drivers before it is made available to the public is another boon. I hope this has helped you! Windows 2000 is really great compared to Win98 or 95!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good OS for heavy duty tasks
I've been using W2K since 1999 (MSDN Beta 3) and bought the whole OS in early 2000. I've been working with it since and has been one of the best decisions I've ever made when it comes to stable OSs. It's a great upgrade since it makes things way easier the way they were on NT 4, but it also has its downsides. It's not easy to learn for the average computer user, meaning that you've got to be more aware the way your computer works, although no special training is required (you can learn just by reading thoroughly the help files or finding advice on the net). Sometimes programs crash (although Windows does not), but can leave a fairly unstable environment to work with, and if that happens, well, Windows becomes stupid, and maybe, you'll have to reboot. UNIX based systems are a better choice, but in a growing Windows world, this one is a good headstart into the corporate computing environment.

Oh, BTW, take your eyes off Windows XP (either Home or Pro). It'll only slow you down. Better get this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Finally, a decent OS to come out from Microsoft
This is a tough review to write, because I am really struggling about whether I should give a perfect 5. But my philosophy is- nothing is perfect, so I am giving this great OS a 4.

Windows 2000, built on the NT core, offers great stability and resource management. Everything M$ claims about this OS has mostly been true. Win 2k is robust (great support for Desktops and Laptops in terms of hardware), secure (NTFS file system lets u encrypt your files and password access required to access the system), managable (great for LAN within a single domain, where people can log in and personalize their desktop w/o worries), and stable (once the proper drivers are set, applications run smoothly and if for some reason apps fail, windows will give you an option to close the app w/o affecting overall system).

Perhaps the greatest plus is the OS's Plug N' Play ability, in which NT 4 lacks bigtime. All drivers for Win 2k uses the WDM (Windows 32-bit driver model), which Win98SE could sometimes use as well and provides better resource assignment for hardware. This abstraction gives the hardware open possibility to be both Win 98SE and 2k compatible: expect a much more array of hardware to support win 2k than NT. Note however that drivers designed for 98SE might not work for 2k (but interestingly, 2k drivers will work under 98SE, which I experimented), so 2k specific drivers must be installed.

The only negative thing for this OS is probably its difficult to setup network. Network setup in 2k requires the user to know what they are doing, and small home LAN is MUCH MORE difficult to setup than Win 98. Also, some games might not run under win2k due to its true 32bit nature (although DirectX 7(+? maybe.)is supported), making 2k a less than attractive entertainment platform.

Overall, this OS is great. By the current market trend, users can always expect new hardware support (USB, Firewire, etc.), and as games become more 32-bit oriented, gamers can expect more games to be playable on a stable platform. Give credit to M$ for finally getting it done right- a true 32-bit OS w/ great hardware support and ease of use from a decent GUI.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Operating System of All Time
This is a great operating system. I've never had a problem with it. My computer's at 1.3 gig, but it seems like 3. Games run smoothly, extremly fast word processor, can it get better? Internet runs quickly (probably because I have a Cable Modem), if you just want to open a file on the internet, you can do that. If you compare it to Mac OS 9, it beats it in every possible way. Trust me, this is the best OS you will use for a while. 2000 is better than XP.

5-0 out of 5 stars Windows 2000 is still not a bad choice.
The year is nearly 2004 and I am still using Windows 2000. I used to be an NT 4 user but 2000 has to be the most solid Windows OS I have had the experience of using. Most software packages will still run under 2000 and so will new ones, even most games.

Windows 2000 is very secure and I use it mostly for hardcore multimedia work. I can count the amount of crashes I have had within almost 4 years using this OS on 1 hand! For the type of work that I do (Video, web, 3D) I need an OS that is going to be put through some intensive processes. 2000 did it for me.

Going with 2000 may not be the best choice for everybody, and XP is probably much better for the domestic home computer user, but if you want a solid system then look no further than 2000. It will not let you down. ... Read more


2. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (5-Client)
list price: $999.00
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Asin: B00003L4FH
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 3233
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Windows 2000 Server provides the ease of administration, reliability, and scalability needed by any business. This edition is bundled with the new Internet Information Server (IIS) 5.0 and contains built-in support for up to four CPUs. With a wide variety of new server technologies and tools, this new OS raises the bar for powering applications with Intel hardware, both on and off the Web.

While Windows NT 4.0 certainly won points for ease of administration and a wide range of tools for Web applications, Windows 2000 marks a significant increase in reliability and performance. For one thing, Microsoft has worked hard to reduce the need to reboot this operating system, and with support for plug-and-play, you can change hardware and software settings while keeping your server online.

The technology behind Windows 2000 offers new integration of cutting-edge technologies for today's multitiered Web applications. Under Windows NT, various server-side features were spread out among different tools. Windows 2000 integrates transaction and resource management, message queuing, and distributed objects into its new COM+ standard. The powers of COM+ and the new emphasis on reliability and scalability add up to a Web platform you can entrust with more and more of your business.

Of course, ease of administration is still a strength. Windows 2000 offers both browser-based and stand-alone tools for simplifying Web, software, and hardware administration. A significant new technology here is the Active Directory standard (based in part on LDAP), which can simplify maintaining corporate directories. (For instance, phone numbers for your entire organization can now be stored in a single place.) With some planning, Windows 2000 is ready to reduce your administration TCO, with support for such features as pushing software installations to clients. New policy-based administration makes it a snap to manage accounts and security settings.

Whether you are new to Windows or upgrading from NT, Windows 2000 offers a truly compelling array of technologies and tools for getting more reliability and performance out of Windows and the Intel platform. It's a server-side solution that can do serious work for any business organization--for both its corporate intranet and Internet presence. --Richard Dragan ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Microsoft Operating System YET
I'm new to networking, but have had wonderful success with this operating system on my home network. Rather intuitive for the most part.

I have a mixed environment of clients: NT 4.0, and Win2k Professional. Getting everything running was easy. The Server wizards help tremendously - - especially for newbies like myself.

I'm still learning quite a bit almost daily. I have SQL 7.0 running, my own web server (IIS), and Microsoft Exchange 5.5.

Very stable operating system. Great security. Great interface.

I'm especially fond of the support for: USB devices, plug-and-play, and Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (allows the computer to hibernate/power down devices). Another great feature is the sharing of IRQ's. That made me nervous at first, since normally devices didn't IRQ's (interrupt addresses) well in earlier versions of Windows.

One piece of advice: don't install anything that isn't certified or isn't created to run on Windows 2000 Server. Although the operating system is tolerant, an errant piece of hardware or software could create more headaches than you may be ready for.

IIS (Internet Information Services) is included - which allows you to host your own web server. ASP (Active Server Pages) - a feature of IIS allows you to program interactivity in your web pages - - bringing them to life.

1-0 out of 5 stars ...
It's cludgy, unreliable and highly vulnerable to security breaches; for much less money there are far more intelligent choices.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rocks - build web server with it NOW!
Has everything you need for a small to medium size web site: Web, DNS, SMTP, FTP,etc. Speed is phenomenal. NEVER goes down!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Slow but steady.
So far, I'm impressed with 2000's stability, although it is EXTREMELY slow. I am running it on a GHZ Athlon with 655MBpc133 so it's kinda strange that it runs so slow. I am slowly learning about the various tools that it comes with, and most of it is reletively intuitive.
I am slightly puzzled by a few features, but tutorials online are easy to find.
Personally, I am impressed by the framerate that I get in benchmarking utilities, if not in the OS.

All in all, If you are in need of an overly expensive operating system that WILL NOT DIE, It's great. Otherwise, avoid it like the plauge.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price. ... Read more


3. Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server (25-Client)
list price: $3,999.00
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Asin: B00003JAUA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 4509
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Windows 2000 Server family includes Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. Windows 2000 Advanced Server is the successor to the proven enterprise-class operating system, Windows NT Server 4.0, Enterprise Edition.Windows 2000 Advanced Server provides enhanced scalability and availability with two-node application failover clustering, 32-node network load balancing, support for eight-way symmetrical multiprocessing (SMP), and support for up to 8 GB of memory with Intel physical address extensions (PAE). ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars This is a horrible operating system!
Windows 2000 does not run any computer games at all! If you want a operating system that runs Computer games, I recommend Windows 98 or XP. Do not buy Windows 2000. Its a waste of money. You will regret if you buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Access 2000 is incredible
I've programmed for 6 years in visual basic and oracle. I purchased my copy of access 2000 and continue building applications faster and better. I love the development environment for creating forms, reports, and vb code in access 2000. Its so easy and no class structures.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you are use to MicroSoft products ...
This rating system requires that I choose from 1-5 stars. I actually selected the "-", but it would not publish the review.

If you are use to MicroSoft products, this is an improvement over the norm. However, to get a full functional server (security, e-mail, HTML, ...) with MicroSoft technology the cost is in the thousands and when you try to run all the services on a single server ... well, its not pretty. Go with UNIX - it works.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll Never Go Back...
I've used Windows 95 and 98 for the past 5 years. Both crashed relatively frequently - of course, I thought ALL operating systems did that.

Until now.

I bought Windows 2000 Advanced Server and installed it. Differences were immediately apparent - quick, painless startups, much better memory allocation, more virtual memory, and much more. But I didn't understand how good Win2K is until, about 2 weeks later, I realized that the computer hadn't frozen at all during those weeks!

Whenever I use Windows 98 now, I'm amazed that I managed to get anything done. I've had less crashes using Windows 2000 in a month than I used to have in a day of Windows 98. ... Read more


4. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services (5-client access license)
list price: $719.99
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Asin: B00003PNNE
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2472
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Server 5 CALs only .Terminal Server lets you deliver Windows-based applications, or the Windows desktop itself, to virtually any computing device including those that cannot run Windows. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars This is a horrible operating system!
Windows 2000 does not run any computer games at all! If you want a operating system that runs Computer games, I recommend Windows 98 or XP. Do not buy Windows 2000. Its a waste of money. You will regret if you buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Access 2000 is incredible
I've programmed for 6 years in visual basic and oracle.I purchased my copy of access 2000 and continue building applications faster and better. I love the development environment for creating forms, reports, and vb code in access 2000.Its so easy and no class structures.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Tough to Navigate, Yet Stable
Funny, Stable and Microsoft together.Until I started using Windows 2000 Adv. Server, I didn't think that there was such a thing.Well, the next NT product is.Buyers beware though, it is very tough to find drivers for a lot of todays hardware.Also, this isn't a product for most consumers.It is a lot more difficult to navigate too.Once you get the hang of it though, it is pretty awesome.I particularly had trouble with getting my computer to view things on my lan and getting on the internet.But after a little tweaking and a lot of crossing my fingers, it is working quite flawlessly.Some changes that I appreciated are a hardware wizard and in the Add/Remove Programs it tells you how often a program is used.On the other hand, I didn't like the way that the Network and Network Properties pages are setup.Also, Dual Booting is quite easy to do now and the installation is pretty smooth also.Novices beware, but advanced user will enjoy it after they get all their hardware/drivers working.

5-0 out of 5 stars All you NT 4.0 guys, go for 2000.
Windows 2000 is certainly not for 98 users. But for NT 4.0 guys, youshould get 2000. And I guess the license is kinda cheap for 20. ... Read more


5. Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Upgrade w/ Encryption Coded Software
list price: $219.00
our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00003JAU9
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 1155
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With its responsive user interface and improved reliability, Windows 2000 Professional is truly the most appealing version yet of Microsoft's operating system. Provided you have the hardware to run it (at least 64 MB of RAM is required), you won't find a better, more serious OS for business computing.

If you are upgrading from previous editions, the Windows 2000 wizards are particularly useful; they'll detect all your software and possible compatibility problems before you make the switch. In testing, our upgrade for a laptop was smooth and sure, and all previously installed software was automatically brought onboard to the new version.

Previously, Microsoft offered only limited support for notebook users within Windows NT 4.0. Windows 2000, however, allows most recent laptops to take advantage of power-management features, plug-and-play standard, plus recent hardware advances, such as the Universal Serial Bus (USB), IrDA for infrared devices, and FireWire. All these improvements mean that Windows 2000 will run on a greater array of systems.

There are some unexpected additions, too. You can also "hibernate" your Windows 2000 notebook to save and restore your work quickly as you go out on the road. In addition, this new OS adds more support for working offline with data saved from the Internet. (The Windows 2000 version of Internet Explorer 5.0 and Active Desktop, which allows you to access Web content from the desktop, are bundled here too.)

Besides support for mobile users, Windows 2000 beefs up reliability and greatly reduces the need to reboot as you update drivers, settings, and the like. Although you can still expect your Linux friends to brag that their favorite OS is even more reliable, the ease of configuration in Windows 2000 and its new-and-improved reliability make for an excellent choice for any serious computer user. Of course, if your business is using Windows 2000 Server on the back end, you will also benefit from easier installation and configuring of software, since these tasks can now be automated by remote administrators.

In all, Windows 2000 is a great-looking operating system, with a slick visual style, a responsive user interface, and plenty of power beneath the hood. For desktop and mobile users, it's a state-of-the-art choice for running today's Windows applications and for getting to the Internet. --Richard Dragan ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Windows 2000 > Excellent Business OS
To the user who said, "This OS was released because NT was old and failing..." does not understand Windows or software development, and would rather plug Linux. NT, Win 2000's predecessor, is a solid and reliable OS geared toward the corporate/business user. Win 2000 builds upon NT's strengths while adding user interface enhancements and additional stability. For those who install a lot of software, you'll appreciate Win 2000's built-in protection against rogue apps (or poorly designed apps) that attempt to write over crucial system files. There are a ton of other enhancements in this release, geared toward the mobile user and professional. It's not the OS to run the largest selection of games however, and home users would be better off with Win98 or WinME. All in all, it's an amazing product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Operating System, But Make Sure You Need It!
Windows 2000 is a definate improvement over NT 4.0, but unless you are using it in a "pure" Windows 2000 environment, you may not get all the features you've heard touted. Despite the increased reliace on Wizards to guide you through the steps, instalation of this OS is definately not for casual users. If you are a heavy computer game player, or have no reason to be dissatisfied with Windows 98, stay with your current operating system. If you are a real business user, or have a home network that involves more than a few shared files, go for it, you won't be dissappointed.

Beware of hardware problems. I've lost the audio drivers on my Dell system at work. For me this is no big deal as the system is used in an open office environment where we have sound cards simply because our systems came with them. We really don't need any audio playback. My home systems, several brands are represented, are all functioning just fine.

Some software can also be a problem. I had to switch from Norton AntiVirus 5.x (NAV 5) to AntiVirus 2000: Microsoft and Symantect both state NAV 5 will not work with Windows 2000... I didn't believe it, but they were right! I highly recommend that you run the Windows 2000 Evaluation Tool, available as a free download from Microsoft, before you attempt any Windows 2000 installation.

One real annoyance is the Windows Protection File (WPF). This is analogous to the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) found on NT 4.0 Ostensibly, the WPF is there to protect your operating system from corruption. It can do the job almost too well. I was unable to use a bootable Windows 98 disk to perform a flash BIOS upgrade after Windows 2000 was installed. Luckily, this upgrade is not essential to the operation of my system, I was just wanting to keep it current. I have not been able to fully research this issue to see if there is a way around it or if this is an isoloated instance.

Again, if you're in business, the features are worth while, especially in a pure Windows 2000 environment. On the other hand, if most of your computer time is used for surfing the Internet or game playing, you'll get more milage from Windows 98.

5-0 out of 5 stars What an improvement ...
Having used Windows 2000 for 6 months at work (upgraded from Windows NT) and at home for about 4 months (upgraded from Windows 98, 1st edition), the first real system crash has not happened yet. No blue screens, no dr Watson messages. The Borland developer tools work perfectly on this OS, and in spite of the numerous programming mistakes I make, I never had to restart! Multitasking works flawlessly, as good as Windows NT, but without the arcane feeling. No comparison with Windows 98. I love the GUI's. I am not a Microsoft fan, but I will recommend this OS to any serious software developer. The best part: most sophisticated games are not compatible with Windows 2000, so I don't have to fight with my kids over the computer that much anymore. Warning: expect to spend some time loading new drivers etc. to get all hardware working again. Most software needs to be reloaded and re-registered as well. I still did not get my scanner to work.

4-0 out of 5 stars A huge improvement.
This is a little late now that 2003 is coming out. However, for people wondering, this is a rock solid OS. Blue Screens of Death are rare now. It is plug and play so installs are easy! Microsoft is well on the road to providing a decent OS. Mind you this is comming from a person who is not a fan of the company.

Now this is not a gaming OS! If you have games that were written for 98, the probably will not work or will work badly! If you program, you can't go wrong! It is a huge improvement over NT.

However, with all things, there are somethings that you have to do! Get the service packs and the hot fixes! Also, there are some extra stuff that gets installed such as the media player. Microsoft hid the uninstaller in the original release. IF you get Service Pack 4, it will correct that..

This is worthwhile just to get rid of BSODs and if you have a laptop running NT, you have to change over! However, XP it probably a better choice!

For games, look into XP!

4-0 out of 5 stars should you upgrade to a higher version?
I've used win95, win98, nt, 2000pro and xp. As much as 2kPro is my prefered windows environment, it is sufficiently old that most users should seriously consider the more recent windows versions instead. ... Read more


6. TSUNAMI MPEG DVD Easypack Suite ( Windows )

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Manufacturer: GLOBAL MARKETING PARTNERS
Sales Rank: 3554
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Features

  • Quick Launcher and step-by-step creation wizard
  • Supports most video file formats
  • Plays in any DVD player
  • Produce high quality compressed video files quickly and easily
  • Edit and combine individual frames

7. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (20-Client License)

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Sales Rank: 9688
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Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 20 CALs Only .Microsoft Windows 2000 Server is the easy way to Internet-enable your business. As businesses come to rely more and more on the Internet, they have the opportunity to grow, extend their networks to partners and customers, and consider new ways to bring their products and services to market. To take advantage of these opportunities, businesses need an infrastructure that can readily respond to market forces, delivers high reliability, efficient management, ease of use, and supports the latest advances in networking hardware. And to readily pursue these opportunities, businesses want to build on their existing investments in skills and systems. ... Read more


8. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server CAL English 5 Licenses

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Sales Rank: 4074
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 5 CALs Only .Microsoft Windows 2000 Server is the easy way to Internet-enable your business. As businesses come to rely more and more on the Internet, they have the opportunity to grow, extend their networks to partners and customers, and consider new ways to bring their products and services to market. To take advantage of these opportunities, businesses need an infrastructure that can readily respond to market forces, delivers high reliability, efficient management, ease of use, and supports the latest advances in networking hardware. And to readily pursue these opportunities, businesses want to build on their existing investments in skills and systems. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Ahh the end of Domains!
Windows 2000 Server is the first major step in becoming a true business tool.

With Active Directory, you finally have a decent tool that will get rid of the cursed Network Neighborhood! I had to train the community that just because you don't see it in NN, does not mean it is not there!!!!!

You will be able to eliminate domains with the advent of Organizational Units!

A HUGE improvement is the conversion to Dynamic Domain Name Services. Now your DHCP will register the computer name in DNS.This is a god send in that if you use tools like timbuktu, you don't have to worry about what IP is in use.

The new tools and directory services greatly reduce managment.However, it is not an easy conversion to AD, plan it well and you will have little or no problems. Just install it and you might finder yourself working on it for awhile!

It is a worth while upgrade from the old NT domain structure!

1-0 out of 5 stars PRODUCT DISPLAYED AND LABELED IS NOT PRODUCT DISPLAYED
WINDOWS 2000 SERVER with five License is described as product for sale.This is NOT correct.The DISPLAY shows the WINDOWS 2000 SERVER box as the product to be purchased.Even the requirements make no metion of what is required for the product being sold.
What IS be sold is the WINDOWS CLIENT LICENSE PAK.Which comes from microsoft with a COMPLETELY diferent container than what is being sold.This is the CLIENT LICENSE PAK only no software or manuls are included.That is because the product is WINDOWS CLIENT LICENSE PAK only.PLEASE CHANGE the title and your DISPLAY of the product to WINDOWS CLIENT LICENSE PAK

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good deal for 5-Client License!
This is great deal for 5-Client License, go for it! Or maybe go with 2000server or advanced server. Windows 2000 itself is like downgraded versionof server versions. ... Read more


9. Linspire Oooff! (Windows/Mac)
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00076YWJM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Linspire, Inc.
Sales Rank: 7697
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good but save your money
Okay maybe if your connection is slow or you don't have access to broadband you can buy this CD,but if not why bother?
OpenOffice.org is freely available online as is Firefox.
I use and love both so don't get me wrong here,but the price is a little too much but then again it goes to the developers.
Ooo is a great alternative to Microsoft Office and even Star Office.It does everything the same for free! I often do my homework and essays with Ooo Writer. And Firefox is what I am using to write this very review!It's one of the best Mozilla-based browsers besides the Mozilla Suite/Netscape 7 itself.

5-0 out of 5 stars Open Office and FireFox, wonderful software, excellent value
Open Office reads and writes in MS Office 97/2000/XP formats for Word, Excel and PowerPoint and can export documents to PDF format.
One of the best advantages is inexpensive upgradability.I purchased Office 95 ($400+ dollars) in 1996.When Office 97 came out, my Office 95 software would not open office 97 formatted documents.I toughed it out till I purchased Office 2000 ($500+ dollars) now Office XP and 2003 have came out (do we see a pattern here)?I suspect that it will be much less expensive to buy a $30 upgrade to Open Office to read and writedocuments created by upcoming versions of Micro$oft Office.
FireFox: "ad ware" resistant, pop up blocker and tabbed browsing... love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great products, great price, great source!
Open Office and Firefox are two of the very best of their kind.Both give users the ability to work with the same files, websites and so on that they're used to, without the worries of bad macros, spyware, and other problems associated with the proprietary products these replace.Better yet, they're both faster, more powerful, and more up-to-date than those old dinosaurs.Perhaps best of all, these programs look and operate the same on Windows, Mac, Linux and other platforms, making it much easier if you or your family needs the flexibility.

The fact you can buy this set for a tiny fraction of the cost of just the Office suite it replaces is almost secondary to all the other features -- Open Office would be tough competition for Microsoft even if it cost the same as MS Office.

Linspire, the publisher of this collection, is highly respected for making open-source software widely accessible; if you like Open Office and Firefox, their Linspire Linux is among the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Open Source Packaged and Marketed as It Deserves
OpenOffice.org and Firefox are both fantastic products lacking one simple ingredient. Despite their technical merits, the marketing efforts for these products have not been impressive... until now.

With Oooff, that has all changed. The products are finally sold next to other respected name brands on store shelves and through online retailers, like Amazon.com. Oooff is expanding the distribution channel of these open source products. Oooff will expose computer users that pay large sums for Microsoft Office and use the vulnerable, dull and underpowered Internet Explorer to the powerful alternatives they didn't know existed. Without a doubt, making open source software accessible is the first step in restoring a healthy and competitive software industry.

Oooff is a great idea and contains excellent products. This is a good buy and will give you the comfort of knowing that by purchasing this product,OpenOffice.org and Firefox will have an even brighter future. Kudos to everyone at Linspire, and the developers for OpenOffice.org and Mozilla Firefox! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Windows and Linux
If you use Windows this is the way to go.Free web browser that more than 10 Million people worldwide have switched over to.None of the security problems that Internet Explorer has.Popups blocked out of the box without not extra software.The office side saves you over 200 dollars paying for Microsoft Office.And it is completely compatible with Office formatted documents and more.If you have a college student on a budget that needs a office suite then this is for them. ... Read more


10. Professor Teaches Windows 2000

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Asin: B00004R7RJ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Individual Software
Sales Rank: 7775
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11. Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server Upgrade
list price: $1,759.99
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Asin: B00003IRCP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 9302
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Windows 2000 Server family includes Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. Windows 2000 Advanced Server is the successor to the proven enterprise-class operating system, Windows NT Server 4.0, Enterprise Edition.Windows 2000 Advanced Server provides enhanced scalability and availability with two-node application failover clustering, 32-node network load balancing, support for eight-way symmetrical multiprocessing (SMP), and support for up to 8 GB of memory with Intel physical address extensions (PAE). ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars This is a horrible operating system!
Windows 2000 does not run any computer games at all! If you want a operating system that runs Computer games, I recommend Windows 98 or XP. Do not buy Windows 2000. Its a waste of money. You will regret if you buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Access 2000 is incredible
I've programmed for 6 years in visual basic and oracle. I purchased my copy of access 2000 and continue building applications faster and better. I love the development environment for creating forms, reports, and vb code in access 2000. Its so easy and no class structures.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you are use to MicroSoft products ...
This rating system requires that I choose from 1-5 stars. I actually selected the "-", but it would not publish the review.

If you are use to MicroSoft products, this is an improvement over the norm. However, to get a full functional server (security, e-mail, HTML, ...) with MicroSoft technology the cost is in the thousands and when you try to run all the services on a single server ... well, its not pretty. Go with UNIX - it works.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll Never Go Back...
I've used Windows 95 and 98 for the past 5 years. Both crashed relatively frequently - of course, I thought ALL operating systems did that.

Until now.

I bought Windows 2000 Advanced Server and installed it. Differences were immediately apparent - quick, painless startups, much better memory allocation, more virtual memory, and much more. But I didn't understand how good Win2K is until, about 2 weeks later, I realized that the computer hadn't frozen at all during those weeks!

Whenever I use Windows 98 now, I'm amazed that I managed to get anything done. I've had less crashes using Windows 2000 in a month than I used to have in a day of Windows 98. ... Read more


12. Microsoft OEMWINDOWS PRO 2000 3PK ( B23-03877 )

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Asin: B0000A03NA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
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13. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Competitive Upgrade (25-client)
list price: $759.99
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Asin: B00003IRD0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 11681
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars This is a horrible operating system!
Windows 2000 does not run any computer games at all! If you want a operating system that runs Computer games, I recommend Windows 98 or XP. Do not buy Windows 2000. Its a waste of money. You will regret if you buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Access 2000 is incredible
I've programmed for 6 years in visual basic and oracle. I purchased my copy of access 2000 and continue building applications faster and better. I love the development environment for creating forms, reports, and vb code in access 2000. Its so easy and no class structures.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you are use to MicroSoft products ...
This rating system requires that I choose from 1-5 stars. I actually selected the "-", but it would not publish the review.

If you are use to MicroSoft products, this is an improvement over the norm. However, to get a full functional server (security, e-mail, HTML, ...) with MicroSoft technology the cost is in the thousands and when you try to run all the services on a single server ... well, its not pretty. Go with UNIX - it works.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll Never Go Back...
I've used Windows 95 and 98 for the past 5 years. Both crashed relatively frequently - of course, I thought ALL operating systems did that.

Until now.

I bought Windows 2000 Advanced Server and installed it. Differences were immediately apparent - quick, painless startups, much better memory allocation, more virtual memory, and much more. But I didn't understand how good Win2K is until, about 2 weeks later, I realized that the computer hadn't frozen at all during those weeks!

Whenever I use Windows 98 now, I'm amazed that I managed to get anything done. I've had less crashes using Windows 2000 in a month than I used to have in a day of Windows 98. ... Read more


14. AE W2K SVR CD-5U

Asin: B00006HT8R
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
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15. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (25-Client)
list price: $1,629.99
our price: $1,629.99
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Asin: B00003L4G4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 5124
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Windows 2000 Server provides the ease of administration, reliability, and scalability needed by any business. This edition is bundled with the new Internet Information Server (IIS) 5.0 and contains built-in support for up to four CPUs. With a wide variety of new server technologies and tools, this new OS raises the bar for powering applications with Intel hardware, both on and off the Web.

While Windows NT 4.0 certainly won points for ease of administration and a wide range of tools for Web applications, Windows 2000 marks a significant increase in reliability and performance. For one thing, Microsoft has worked hard to reduce the need to reboot this operating system, and with support for plug-and-play, you can change hardware and software settings while keeping your server online.

The technology behind Windows 2000 offers new integration of cutting-edge technologies for today's multitiered Web applications. Under Windows NT, various server-side features were spread out among different tools. Windows 2000 integrates transaction and resource management, message queuing, and distributed objects into its new COM+ standard. The powers of COM+ and the new emphasis on reliability and scalability add up to a Web platform you can entrust with more and more of your business.

Of course, ease of administration is still a strength. Windows 2000 offers both browser-based and stand-alone tools for simplifying Web, software, and hardware administration. A significant new technology here is the Active Directory standard (based in part on LDAP), which can simplify maintaining corporate directories. (For instance, phone numbers for your entire organization can now be stored in a single place.) With some planning, Windows 2000 is ready to reduce your administration TCO, with support for such features as pushing software installations to clients. New policy-based administration makes it a snap to manage accounts and security settings.

Whether you are new to Windows or upgrading from NT, Windows 2000 offers a truly compelling array of technologies and tools for getting more reliability and performance out of Windows and the Intel platform. It's a server-side solution that can do serious work for any business organization--for both its corporate intranet and Internet presence. --Richard Dragan ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars All you NT 4.0 guys, go for 2000.
All I can say is that, if you have some time and money, go for 2000 server. It is worth the money, with enhanced security and features. ... Read more


16. Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server Upgrade (25-Client)
list price: $3,539.99
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Asin: B00003L4EO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 10787
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Windows 2000 Server family includes Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. Windows 2000 Advanced Server is the successor to the proven enterprise-class operating system, Windows NT Server 4.0, Enterprise Edition.Windows 2000 Advanced Server provides enhanced scalability and availability with two-node application failover clustering, 32-node network load balancing, support for eight-way symmetrical multiprocessing (SMP), and support for up to 8 GB of memory with Intel physical address extensions (PAE). ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars This is a horrible operating system!
Windows 2000 does not run any computer games at all! If you want a operating system that runs Computer games, I recommend Windows 98 or XP. Do not buy Windows 2000. Its a waste of money. You will regret if you buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Access 2000 is incredible
I've programmed for 6 years in visual basic and oracle. I purchased my copy of access 2000 and continue building applications faster and better. I love the development environment for creating forms, reports, and vb code in access 2000. Its so easy and no class structures.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you are use to MicroSoft products ...
This rating system requires that I choose from 1-5 stars. I actually selected the "-", but it would not publish the review.

If you are use to MicroSoft products, this is an improvement over the norm. However, to get a full functional server (security, e-mail, HTML, ...) with MicroSoft technology the cost is in the thousands and when you try to run all the services on a single server ... well, its not pretty. Go with UNIX - it works.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great OS!
I upgraded to this from Windows 98, and I never had experience running a server before. From the moment I put in the CD I knew I would love this OS. It is very easy to use, and within a day I had a http and ftp server running perfectly (I had no experence setting them up before). This OS is also much more stable than Win 95/98/ME. It has only crashed on me a few times in 4 months! The only bad thing about this OS is that it can not run any DOS program, so this is not the ideal OS for old skool gamers. All in all this OS is definetly worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll Never Go Back...
I've used Windows 95 and 98 for the past 5 years. Both crashed relatively frequently - of course, I thought ALL operating systems did that.

Until now.

I bought Windows 2000 Advanced Server and installed it. Differences were immediately apparent - quick, painless startups, much better memory allocation, more virtual memory, and much more. But I didn't understand how good Win2K is until, about 2 weeks later, I realized that the computer hadn't frozen at all during those weeks!

Whenever I use Windows 98 now, I'm amazed that I managed to get anything done. I've had less crashes using Windows 2000 in a month than I used to have in a day of Windows 98. ... Read more


17. Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (10-Client)
list price: $1,199.00
our price: $1,139.99
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Asin: B00003L4FN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 5659
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Windows 2000 Server provides the ease of administration, reliability, and scalability needed by any business. This edition is bundled with the new Internet Information Server (IIS) 5.0 and contains built-in support for up to four CPUs. With a wide variety of new server technologies and tools, this new OS raises the bar for powering applications with Intel hardware, both on and off the Web.

While Windows NT 4.0 certainly won points for ease of administration and a wide range of tools for Web applications, Windows 2000 marks a significant increase in reliability and performance. For one thing, Microsoft has worked hard to reduce the need to reboot this operating system, and with support for plug-and-play, you can change hardware and software settings while keeping your server online.

The technology behind Windows 2000 offers new integration of cutting-edge technologies for today's multitiered Web applications. Under Windows NT, various server-side features were spread out among different tools. Windows 2000 integrates transaction and resource management, message queuing, and distributed objects into its new COM+ standard. The powers of COM+ and the new emphasis on reliability and scalability add up to a Web platform you can entrust with more and more of your business.

Of course, ease of administration is still a strength. Windows 2000 offers both browser-based and stand-alone tools for simplifying Web, software, and hardware administration. A significant new technology here is the Active Directory standard (based in part on LDAP), which can simplify maintaining corporate directories. (For instance, phone numbers for your entire organization can now be stored in a single place.) With some planning, Windows 2000 is ready to reduce your administration TCO, with support for such features as pushing software installations to clients. New policy-based administration makes it a snap to manage accounts and security settings.

Whether you are new to Windows or upgrading from NT, Windows 2000 offers a truly compelling array of technologies and tools for getting more reliability and performance out of Windows and the Intel platform. It's a server-side solution that can do serious work for any business organization--for both its corporate intranet and Internet presence. --Richard Dragan ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Surprising Reliability
A lot of people like to make negative comments about Microsoft's Product Reliability, but let me tell you, I installed this piece of software for my small business and Wow!!! Everything is running smooth. We are getting far more done than we previously did with that "open source" Linux Nonsense. I haven't had any problems as of yet! Microsoft says up-time of five nines, but I say 100% !!! ... Read more


18. Microsoft OEMWINDOWS PRO 2000 3PK ( B23-03875 )

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Asin: B0000AOWVV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Better than the virus formerly known as Windows 98
I bought the OEM version years ago with a hard drive. Super easy to install, nearly intuitive to run, and - most importantly - crashes went from at least two per week with W98 to less than semiannual with W2K, running on an Intel Seattle-PII350-256MB ECCSDRAM rig. I would never go back, but keep W98-2e on a crumbling old Thinkpad for obsolete equipment drivers. ... Read more


19. Windows 2000 Server 10 CAL Full Version Retail Box

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Asin: B00078CO7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 80852
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Product Description

Windows 2000 Server 10 CAL Full Version Retail Box Includes: CD, 1 Server License, 10 Client Access License, Manual. Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server is the easy way to Internet-enable your business. As businesses come to rely more and more on the Internet, they have the opportunity to grow, extend their networks to partners and customers, and consider new ways to bring their products and services to market. To take advantage of these opportunities, businesses need an infrastructure that can readily respond to market forces, delivers high reliability, efficient management, ease of use, and supports the latest advances in networking hardware. And to readily pursue these opportunities, businesses want to build on their existing investments in skills and systems. Windows 2000 Server is designed to meet these needs for businesses of all sizes, from small, centralized organizations to the largest distributed enterprise. Building on the strengths of Windows NT Server 4.0, Windows 2000 Server sets a new standard for how well an operating system can be integrated with standards-based directory, Web, application, network, file and print services, powerful end-to-end management and reliability. ... Read more

Features

  • Windows 2000 Server will enable organizations to readily pursue Internet-based solutions and opportunities
  • Windows 2000 Server will enable organizations to minimize network interruptions to end-users.
  • Windows 2000 Server will increase efficiencies and productivity across your organization.
  • Windows 2000 Server supports the latest advances in networking and peripheral hardware, including USB devices, high bandwidth and directory-enabled networking devices.

20. Back Office Server 2000 5 CAL (Full Retail Box)

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Asin: B00078CO72
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Windows
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Microsoft BackOffice Server 2000, the leading comprehensive server suite for Windows 2000, reduces the cost and complexity of building, deploying, and managing integrated and scalable IT solutions for the branch office, department, and medium-sized business. Microsoft BackOffice Server 2000, the integrated server suite includes the latest versions of the following Microsoft server applications: Windows 2000 Server, SQL ServerTM 2000, Exchange 2000 Server, HIS 2000, ISA 2000, and Systems Management Server V2.0 w/ SP V2.0. Benefits With BackOffice Server 2000 companies can tailor their infrustructure deployment using Multiserver, build customized solutions easily, and both manage and monitor the environment via local or remote administration. Customers can reduce setup and deployment costs, reduce management costs, and protect their investment. BackOffice Server 2000 is designed to get the organization up and running quickly. BackOffice Server is a smart IT solution for the branch office, department and medium sized business. Flexible and scalable: MultiServer deployment of BackOffice Server 2000 makes it easy to deploy a customized application server configuration on 1, 2, or 3 physical servers. Software features Product type: Full version Media type: CD-ROM Client Access Licenses: 5 client access licenses System requirements Minimum processor: Pentium® II processor Operating system: Windows® 2000 Server, Windows® 2000 Advanced Server Minimum memory requirements: 256MB Recommended memory requirements: 512MB Minimum disk space requirements: 4GB Recommended disk space requirements: two mirrored 4 GB hard disks ... Read more

Features

  • Windows 2000 Server
  • SQL Server 2000
  • Exchange 2000 Server
  • HIS 2000, ISA 2000
  • Systems Management Server V2.0 w/ SP V2.0.

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