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Windows server operating system

August 1, 2009


Windows Server 2003 includes all the functionality customers need today from a Windows Server operating system to do more with less, such as security, reliability, availability and scalability.

In addition, Microsoft has improved and extended the windows server operating systems to incorporate the benefits of Microsoft.NET for connecting information, people, systems and devices.


Windows Server 2003 is a multipurpose operating system capable of handling a different set of server roles, depending on your needs, in either a centralized or distributed fashion. Some of these server roles are given below:

File and print server.
Web server and Web application services.
Mail server.
Terminal server.
Remote access and virtual private network (VPN) server.
Directory services, Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server, and Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS).
Streaming media server.

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