[windows2000] Re: Problems with NT

  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 16:36:01 -0400

I like this article.

It's a shame that it's hard to explain to people why they need to keep
relatively up-to-date.  It's so obvious to those in-the-know.  I know
that we've been forced into upgrades in the past because software we
needed to run will not work in NT.

Do these people want/need any USB devices for their jobs?  You could use
that as an excuse.
Do these people crank their engines by hand to start their cars?  Or do
they just ride horses to work?
Damn the non-believers!

There's also this.

If you do talk these people into upgrading (your department can't just
mandate it?), you may want to skip 2000 and go with XP, since 2000 is a
bit old these days as well...

Ray at work

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Etts, Russell [mailto:retts@xxxxxxxxxx] 
> Hi all
> Sorry about that.  Upgrading from Windows NT server to Windows 2000
> server.  I want to get everyone on Exchange 2000 and Windows 2000, but
> there is one division that is dragging their feel.  I know that NT is
> not going to be supported, but the more specific I can get, 
> the better.
> Thanks Ray.
> Russell

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