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"Here are some of the more dangerous, comic or widespread
bugs affecting Windows 2000 right now."
"If you are going to have some Windows NT 4.0 Remote Access
Service servers mixed in to a Windows 2000 domain, these NT servers
must be updated to Service Pack 4 or later. If they aren't, they
will not be able to access any Windows 2000 domain controllers to
check on dial-in permissions."
"Windows 2000 TAPI is incompatible with any ATI video cards
that have TV tuners. This would include the ATI-TV, the ATI-TV
WONDER, and the ATI All-in-Wonder cards, according to Microsoft.
They hope to add support later."
"Microsoft says that if you use non-International Alphabet 5
characters in the names of Windows 2000 computers, the Certificate
Services Setup won't work. They may fix this limitation in the
future, but for now, stick to IA5 characters...."