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Windows 2003 Server is Microsoft's successor to Windows 2000 Server. In this release, Microsoft has made security a top priority, improved scalability and availability, and introduced major enhancements to Active Directory.

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Where to Start
Where to Start
Product overviews, FAQ's, comparisons, industry reviews, tutorials and other useful information.
Active Directory 2.0
Microsoft has made major enhancements to Active Directory and Group Policy in Windows Server 2003
(Still under development)
Improve reliability by clustering your servers together
Disk and File Management
Configuring RAID, Disk Management options, Backup and Recovery, File management, permissions, disk qoutos
Installing and Configuring
Installation walkthroughs, best practices, configuration guides, etc.,
IIS 6.0 and Web Services
Installing, configuring and managing IIS 6.0
Configuring DNS, DHCP, and other networking components
Managing and troubleshooting print services
Guides for locking down your server installations
Terminal Services
Installing, configuring, and troubleshooting Terminal Services
Error codes, known bugs and issues, troubleshooting guides, etc.,
Product Documentation and Downloads
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition is the ideal multipurpose network operating system for the everyday needs of organizations of all sizes -- especially small businesses and workgroups. Source:

Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition builds on the capabilities of Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition by adding reliability features needed for business-critical applications. Source:

IIS 6.0 Documentation
Here is the help you need to get started using the next generation of Web infrastructure capabilities in the Windows Server 2003 family. Source:

Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer v1.2 (for Professionals)
Microsoft has released an updated version of their BaseLine Security Analyzer, which is a graphical and command line interface that can perform local or remote scans of Windows systems. MBSA runs on Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, and Windows XP systems and will scan for common security misconfigurations in the following products: Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Internet Information Server (IIS) 4.0 and 5.0, SQL Server 7.0 and 2000, Internet Explorer (IE) 5.01 and later, and Office 2000 and 2002. MBSA also scans for missing security updates for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, IIS, SQL, Exchange, IE, and Windows Media Player.


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