Windows Server Enterprise 2003 25 Client
- A secure, reliable, highly available, and scalable operating system
- Enhanced capabilities in system management and storage
- Safeguard networks from malicious or poorly designed code
- Extend the manageability and dependability of network infrastructures
- .NET Framework lets you build and use secure, connected solutions
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- Platform: Windows NT / 98 / 2000 / Me / 95
- Media: CD-ROM
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Designed for medium to large businesses, Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, is an operating system for servers running applications such as networking, messaging, inventory, and customer service systems; databases; and e-commerce Web sites. Enterprise Edition delivers high reliability, performance, and superior business value and is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It offers support for high-performance servers and can be used to cluster servers for greater load handling. These capabilities provide reliability that helps ensure systems remain available--even if problems arise.
The Enterprise Edition includes new features and improvements that render it the most dependable, enterprise-ready server operating system Microsoft has ever created. Key technologies introduced in Windows 2000 Server have been enhanced, including network load balancing, server clusters, and the Active Directory service. Active Directory is now faster and more robust over unreliable wide area network (WAN) connections, thanks to more efficient synchronization and replication as well as credential caching in branch office domain controllers.
In addition, Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, introduces new technologies, such as a common language runtime that safeguards networks from malicious or poorly designed code. Improvements to security functionality, including security for Internet Information Services (IIS), public key infrastructure (PKI), and Kerberos, as well as new support for smart cards and biometrics.
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