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Date: Tue Aug 21 2001 - 12:54:00 CDT
The windows 2000 product line will work just fine for you, but do not just
roll it out to have something to do. Take the time to find out the
advantages the new 2000 product line will give you, and use them. You will
be amazed with what you can do. Working with the 2000 product line has been
both eye-opening and advantageous. I have been using Professional, Server,
Advanced Server, Exchange and ISA since it became available, utilizing all
of the service packs as they came on line. There have been some minor bumps
along the way, but show me flawless software and I will personally fly you
back from Fantasy-Land in my refurbished Flash Gordon rocket (including a
life-sized, autographed, poster of Dale Arden as a free gift).
Bottom line: there is no other operating system out there that I would
rather use. Come on in, the waters fine.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Beachy, April" <Beachyco.tuscarawas.oh.us>
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2001 1:02 PM
Subject: RE: SP2 Stability Question...
> We've rolled it out on our Win2K production servers and our workstations.
> No problems reported as of yet. FYI we aren't running Exchange 2K or
> -----Original Message-----
> From: NT Security [mailto:ntsecurityknightworld.net]
> Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 2:55 PM
> To: focus-mssecurityfocus.com
> Subject: SP2 Stability Question...
> My company is hesitant to allow the Win2k SP2 rollout on our production
> servers. I am wondering if any of you can give me reasons for or agains
> this rollout. I have read the standard Microsoft papers on this, but I
> want some real world feedback. I have heard that the original SP2 was
> responsible for breaking Exchange 2k and Proxy 2 systems, both services
> which we run.
> Any feedback appreciated.
> Mark Knight