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Windows 2000 Benefits Over Windows 2003

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Discuss it's features, pros, cons, compatibility, price, etc.

Why choose Windows 2000 over 2003?

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Windows 2000 Advance Server data: Discuss it's features, pros, cons, compatibility, price, etc.

* FEATURES/COMPATIBILITY
ActiveWin.com (n.d.) lists all of the features and compatibility of Windows 2000 Advanced Server:
"It contains all of the features and functionality of the standard version of Windows 2000 Server, plus additional features for organizations that require higher levels of scalability, reliability, and availability. ...

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Compares and contrasts Windows 2000 vs Windows 2003

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