"Running a Microsoft Windows NT server these days is a brave
(or, perhaps, stupid) thing to do: Support for the product has
finished, and as far as Microsoft is concerned, the product should
be put in a rest home for retired software. Windows Server 2000 is
also getting long in the tooth, and in a few years it too will
reach the end of its support lifecycle and be looking for its
rocking chair and slippers.
"So if you work for one of the many organizations around the
world still running NT and 2000, like it or not, you are soon going
to have to migrate to another operating system..."
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