Locking Down Windows Server 2003; Interoperability Issues

Microsoft Corp. on Thursday released a massive set of documents and guidelines meant to help administrators lock down servers running the company’s new Windows Server 2003 operating system.In the meantime, Microsoft Corp. officials defended the fact that some of Microsoft’s own applications, like Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000, won’t run on Windows Server 2003, saying the development focus with Exchange was how to provide the best messaging and collaboration experience. However, Microsoft’s new Windows Server 2003 is opening up opportunities in the server landscape, particularly in the high-end area once dominated by Unix machines.


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