The great debate windows 2000 pro vs windows 2000 server

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by saxon, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. saxon

    saxon Guest

    I and my co-workers are having a debate they seem to think that windows 2000
    professional and windows 2000 server are the same with minor exception. I
    believe there is a great difference esp. dealing with memory and
    (serving)applications. I cannot find any documentation from Microsoft to
    support my statements. I believe I am correct. Am I wrong?
     
    saxon, Aug 22, 2006
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  2. saxon

    Dave Patrick Guest

    No, you're correct.

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    :
    |I and my co-workers are having a debate they seem to think that windows
    2000
    | professional and windows 2000 server are the same with minor exception. I
    | believe there is a great difference esp. dealing with memory and
    | (serving)applications. I cannot find any documentation from Microsoft to
    | support my statements. I believe I am correct. Am I wrong?
     
    Dave Patrick, Aug 23, 2006
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