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Steven P.    13,033

To reflect the change to Windows .NET Server 2003 being renamed to Windows 2003 Server we have added a new forum set especially for Windows Server discussions.

The new forum is called: Windows NT4/2000/2003 Server

and the already existing one is now called: Windows NT4/2000/XP Client

Recent threads relating to Windows Server will be moved to this new forum, we hope this helps people who can then discuss what relates to them better in client and server forums.

View the new forum here: http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?s=&act=SF&f=77

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BxBoy    0

Good Move! (literally)

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RaQ    0

Thanks, I will get into .NET.. err :/ I liked that name, 2003 soon..

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Toxikk    0

nice bondie. bad move by ms tho imo.

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Tim Dorr    0

Bondie? I like "Bond. Neo Bond." better :D

I like the new split though, more logical to the types of questions that are going to be asked anyways :)

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Steven    80

"XP CLIENT"?? just call it XP!

Please? :)

Most people refer to them as "Workstation" or "Desktop" Operating System, but even that sounds lame..

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Hawkeye    0
"XP CLIENT"?? just call it XP!

Please? :)

Most people refer to them as "Workstation" or "Desktop" Operating System, but even that sounds lame..

I don't think he meant for it to be interpreted as simply XP Client. I believe he meant that forum to be the forum for all the NT-kernel Client OS's. Neobond just happened to name them in chronological order.

Now, I believe (and Neobond can correct me if I'm wrong), but I think it's meant to be interpreted as Windows NT4 Client/Windows 2000 Client/Windows XP Client. However, that name is obviously a bit long, and it is easier (and more space efficient) to simply call it Windows NT4/Windows 2000/Windows XP Client.

This is to tell it apart from the NT-kernel Server OS forum. That one also has had the name shortened from Windows NT4 Server/Windows 2000 Server/Windows 2003 Server to Windows NT4/Windows 2000/Windows 2003 Server, because it is understood that they all the Server OS's, just like it is understood that the others are all the NT-kernel Client OS's.

Can you tell I'm bored? :laugh:

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Steven P.    13,033

Hawkeye is correct :)

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