Chapter 10. Configuring Windows Server 2003

When you set out to work with Microsoft Windows Server 2003, one of the first things you'll notice is that the desktop and Start menu are different from previous editions of the Windows operating system. For starters, the desktop is empty—or practically so because the only item on it is the Recycle Bin—and there's a new Start menu. Beyond that, though, the interface changes from Microsoft Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2003 are minor. In fact, you'll find most of the tools that you want to work with are right where they were in Windows 2000.

However, for those coming from Microsoft Windows NT to Windows Server 2003, the ...

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