[THIN] Re: Differences?

They pretty much are.  Windows Server 2003 is based off of the Windows XP
kernel code.  It's the same as it was with Windows NT 4 and Windows 2000.

The only difference between them are the services that are native to the OS
(i.e. RPC over HTTPS).

Chris 

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> 
> Some stuff I have seen indicates that WinXP pro and Windows 
> Server 2003 are the same.  Or am I just not reading carefully enough?
> Jason
> 
> 
> 670,616,629 mph.  Its not just a good idea, its the law.
> 
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