Windows 2000 Extended Support ends: Your options as an administrator

Looks like it might finally be time to replace the DHCP & RightFax server here… and that other machine in the back of the data center that doesn’t have a documented hostname or IP address.

Today is an important day 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.

via Windows 2000 Extended Support ends: Your options as an administrator | Network Administrator | TechRepublic.com.

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