Windows 2000 Support Retired: Your Options

In the course of administering a network, IT pros often end up with systems that they just can’t seem to part with. Now that Windows 2000 extended support from Microsoft has come to an end, IT pro Rick Vanover discusses your options.  This week is important for the network administrator as Windows 2000 ends its extended support period. This means that security hotfixes will no longer be available for the operating system for both server and professional (workstation-class) editions of the operating system. While it is now a ten year-old operating system, many people surely have some straggling installations that are still on this popular OS.

Read the entire post at the Network Administrator blog on TechRepublic.

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