"A defect in Microsoft's Windows 2000 Server poses a
potentially devastating threat to ISPs, point-of-sale systems and
small to midsize businesses."
"The killer bug was identified by two independent sources. Upon
a thorough examination of the product, the CRN Test Center has
verified that the bug exists."
"The defect prohibits administrators from adding more than 51 IP
addresses to a Windows 2000 server configured as a domain
controller. Doing so stops the server from authenticating users and
prevents the administrative tools from working."
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