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Windows 2000 topic index

-=[ Basic Win2K stuff ]=-
Basic Intro to Computers
Windows 2000 versions
Installing Windows 2000
Using multiple monitors
Workgroup or domain?
Supported Filesystems

-=[ Netwking with Win2K ]=-
Basic client setup
DHCP service
DNS service
WINS service
Active Directory service
Active Directory (Part 2)
Group Policies
Terminal Service
RRAS service
Remote Installation service

-=[ Internetworking ]=-
IPX/SPX protocol
AppleTalk protocol

-=[ Miscellaneous ]=-
ISA/Proxy Server
Related Links
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Hi!

If you're planning to start working with Windows 2000, then you've come to the right place. This website gives you the info you need to get along with Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server(you can read some of the stuff for Windows 2000/XP Professional too in the Basic Win2K stuff section and the Basic Client setup page in the Networking section as the Windows 2000/XP family shares a lot of things in common), the most current server operating system from Microsoft, at the time of making up this website.

I'm doing as much as I can to add new articles and illustrations but it'll take a while before I can make this site as good as any website that requires you to pull out your purse. Maybe I'll get lots of good wishes from people for not charging money for this stuff.

This website is still under construction and more topics are being added by the day. Please click on the links on the left to go to a page. If you would like to contribute to this site or link to this site, please send me an email

-Nitin R.

PS: I suggest you use Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or above at least 800x600 screen resolution, but preferably a 1024x768 resolution