Re: Pro's & Con's...
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 19:33:12 -0500
"Leythos" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> You can purchase a box with Windows 2000 Standard for about $1500 from
> Dell. Think about how much down time and data loss you will have if you
> are compromised because you went the CHEAP way?
Agreed, though there are some organizations [think churches, non-profits,
small home offices, dentists offices, etc.] that may want to share files or
information via HTTP and can't afford $1500. MS Small Business Server is
relatively popular, even though [if I understand correctly] a typical SBS
configuration puts the firewall, email server and domain controller on the
same single server.
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