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Just as Cisco has worked to make its applications Windows compatible, Microsoft must hold up its end of the deal and make some room in Active Directory for Cisco This is only the first step in what Microsoft will have to do to make the Windows OS network aware Since the Cisco routers, switches, and other devices will need to talk to the AD, Microsoft must build the intelligence of the AD so it can understand what the devices are telling it New entries in the AD will be necessary, and a design created to use that information to provide better service and greater features to users In addition, Microsoft must provide an environment that is scalable, secure, and will communicate
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with non-Microsoft enabled devices using open standards Should Microsoft fail to make these accommodations, they are likely to find limited adoption (of network devices communicating with AD) Organizational users are no longer willing to accept a non-scalable OS, poor security, and applications that only work with their own components If these needs are not met, users may look elsewhere for their network solutions The remaining portion of this chapter examines Microsoft's actions of late to ensure that their OS is chosen in the future
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In retrospect, the original name of Windows 2000 Windows NT 50 was probably inappropriate given the extensive features included in this release The jump from NT 40 to 50 is far greater than for any previous upgrade This is without a doubt Microsoft's biggest project to date; indeed, much of the NT code is completely rewritten So much work has been done across the entire OS that it will take quite some time for most users to realize the full potential of the release In this book, we'll focus on the new features as they relate to the network in general and to Cisco products in particular Note that all the Cisco applications discussed in this book will run on Windows NT 40 as well Not until we begin to manipulate the Active Directory directly from Cisco hardware and software will we see some of the more "futuristic" elements of the Microsoft/Cisco initiative Microsoft announced on October 27, 1998, that its next version of Windows NT (called NT 50) would be named Windows 2000 The renaming of NT is an obvious marketing move since Windows 9x will be retired after Windows 98, Microsoft cannot abandon these users and expect them to move to NT Many users associate NT with high-end, complicated, expensive workstations that have no business on their desk or in their homes On the other hand, the 9x line of product, though less expensive, was abysmal compared with NT It was unreliable and largely constrained due to its DOS heritage Clearly, the future for Windows was not with Windows 9x To make NT 50 more palatable for 9x users, its name was adjusted to seem more familiar to Windows users in general Corporate and individual users alike will all be using essentially the same operating system Because of this consolidation, Microsoft plans to release four versions of Windows 2000, allowing some flexibility of choice to both home and corporate users Nevertheless, even if they are sold in different market segments, these subspecies are nearly identical except for perhaps a service or two difference between them Let's take a look at the four versions of Windows 2000
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Windows 2000 Professional is NT Workstation in disguise This version will be the most popular with home and business users The Professional version is the client to the server version and operates on standard, single-processor Pentium systems Although very much like a server, the number of network users that can connect to it at any given time will be limited Nor will Professional be able to run many of the network enabling services such as DNS, Active Directory, and DHCP Server
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