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Chapter 1. Introducing Windows 2000 Prof... > What Is Not in Windows 2000 Professi...

What Is Not in Windows 2000 Professional

Windows 2000 Professional is intended to be the direct replacement for Windows NT 4.0 Workstation and is designed for PCs that are either standalone or networked. The network can contain a wide mix of clients and optionally can have servers such as Windows 2000 Server. What are the limitations?

  • Web serving is more limited than with Server. The number of simultaneous connections is 10.

  • Two CPUs are supported in Windows 2000 Professional as opposed to four in Server, eight in Advanced Server, and thirty-two in Datacenter.

  • Windows 2000 Professional does not include Internet Information Server 5.0 or the Active Directory controller.


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