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nigelj (MIS) (OP)
3 Nov 99 10:38
Go on then. I'll be first :
Does anybody else here think that this new Feb 2000 release date will actually be .. ? and has anyone tested a beta, is it any good?
jsauce (MIS)
4 Nov 99 2:06
Yes I beta tested it. The official release date is Feb 17, 2000.

I think its a really good cross between Windows NT and Windows 98.

John D. Saucier
jsauce@net1plus.com
Registry Backup

OpenSys (MIS)
8 Nov 99 8:01
Yes your right, Its a bit cleaner than Win98 and the management consoles are kinda trying to be "everything to everybody" <shrug> but they work and within the limits of Microsoft allownaces for Admins to be allowed to tailor things also including the limits that MS GUI applications put on users/admins they provide the tools and facilities basically required. Its a bit resource hungry during heavy maintenance sessions and major changes but then again so can many Unix systems.
Zelandakh (MIS)
9 Nov 99 11:48
Is it stable though, and what is the compatibility like with 98/95/NT?

Anyone tested it with Macintoshes? Have they cured the TCPIP problem that stops Macs getting onto NT via TCPIP due to SMB issues?
jsauce (MIS)
12 Nov 99 12:29
I'd say its compatibility with 9x is about 95% and NT 99%. As for the MAC is issue, I have not tested it yet.

John D. Saucier
jsauce@net1plus.com
Registry Backup

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