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Windows Server 2008 Beta 3
The next generation of the Windows Server operating system gives you more..
indigojo




msg:3348236
 3:47 am on May 24, 2007 (gmt 0)

Here we go again!

[microsoft.com...]

 

Lexur




msg:3348292
 5:48 am on May 24, 2007 (gmt 0)

More what?

There is a zillion utilities, devices, tools and widgets in 2003 Server. Can anyone add even more unused features?

Why there's no a "Really Small Business Server 2008" for two hundred less? (Included an option to update from SBS 2003 just for 50$)

bill




msg:3348455
 9:08 am on May 24, 2007 (gmt 0)

Really Small Business Server 2008

heh heh ... Sounds like you're waiting for Windows Home Server [microsoft.com]. That should be coming out soon as well. I've read some positive reviews of the beta so far. ;)

Lexur




msg:3354221
 6:12 am on May 31, 2007 (gmt 0)

Microsoft can't think there is a lot of 3/10 employees companies that just need a little server? Because Windows XP Pro has the infamous 10 connections limit (no more than 3/4 computers connected), are we a big company and suddenly we need an IT manager, two programmers and an KBO (Knowledge Base Operator)?

By the way, we are just a small company, not a family.

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