Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 6th Oct 2006 20:58 UTC, submitted by BluenoseJake
Windows One of the most innovative features coming in Windows Longhorn Server isn't really a feature as much as a whole new version of Windows. It's called Server Core, and it will only take one-sixth of the disk space of a normal Longhorn installation. It's not expected to need anywhere near as many patches and hotfixes as Windows 2000. It's a version of Windows that does not, in fact, use windows. It's breaking Microsoft's long-standing reliance on graphical interfaces and shaking things up in several of Microsoft's product groups.
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Sql? Exchange? IIS?
by griffinme on Mon 9th Oct 2006 14:56 UTC
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MS SQL, Exchange, and IIS would be the three things that would benefit from this since they already have good remote control with mmc's yet they receive almost no mention. >:-(

Until these are supported it is a waste of time.

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