And they like it, they really like it. In fact, they state that in some benchmarks, Windows 2000 is twice as fast as Windows NT 4.0. In their opinion, however, it will not be an upgrade for existing networks so much as a complete overhaul of the entire network structure.
The review is pretty extensive, discussing everything from Win2K's new Active Directory to SQL Server 7.0 performance to security improvements. None of the topics goes into very much depth (most are only a couple of paragraphs long), but it's a good read if you want to bring yourself up to speed on Win2K. You can find the article here.
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