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Sunbelt Windows NTools[tm] Electronic Newsletter
Vol. 3, #11 - June 6, 1998
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Sunbelt Windows NTools E-News is the World's first and largest 
E-Newsletter designed for NT System Managers that have the job of 
getting and keeping NT up & running in a production environment.
Sunbelt launched this electronic newsletter early 1996 so we 
could keep the Windows NT community informed and aware of what 
is happening with NT and 3-rd party NT System Management Tools. 
You get hints and tips that will enable you to better utilize 
and understand Windows NT. You'll find general Windows NT related
and third party news, technical information, and 3-rd party beta
and release information. By subscribing to NTools E-News[tm],
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This issue of Windows NTools E-News contains:

1. "EDITORS CORNER" 
* ALL THE HOT NEWS FROM TECH*ED IN NEW ORLEANS!

2. "TECH BRIEFING"
* NT 4.0 SERVICE PACK 4: WHAT'S IN IT & WHEN DO YOU GET IT?
* EXCHANGE 5.5 SERVICE PACK 1 COMING
* NT PASSWORDS EASILY CRACKABLE WITH PHYSICAL ACCESS TO SV

3. "NT RELATED NEWS"
* STEVE BALLMER KEYNOTE SPEECH AT TECH*ED 
* NEW MICROSOFT NT 5.0 MIGRATION RESOURCES
* NT 5.0 WILL HAVE BUILT-IN MAINFRAME QUALITY JOB-SCHEDULER
* TECH*ED BY THE NUMBERS

4. "TECH*ED THIRD PARTY NEWS"
* TRUSTED ENTERPRISE MANAGER 2.04 BETA 2 RELEASED
* CONVOY CLUSTER SOFTWARE WINS WIN NT MAG EDITOR'S AWARD
* SIMAC RELEASES FREEPING UTILITY - FREEWARE
* FASTLANE RELEASES PHOENIX DOMAIN CONFIGURATION TOOL
* ACTIVEPRO ANNOUNCES SiMON v2.0: NETWORK MONITOR & REPORTS

5. "HINTS AND TIPS - TIME SAVERS AND OTHER GOODIES...

6. "THE NT STOCK WATCH"

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1. "Editor's Corner" 

Hi All,

I just flew back from Microsoft Tech*Ed in New Orleans, and here is
all the news fresh from the show. This issue is a bit larger than
normal due to all the goodies I've got for you.

It was really nice to meet so many of you at the show and to hear
you like this E-Newsletter. The main thing you commented was that 
it was really useful and that it was one of the few things you always 
read. Thanks for the acknowledgement, I'll keep up the good work!

Tech*Ed this year was sold out with over 10,000 attendees and it
was very interesting this time with the NT 5.0 and SQL 7.0 hands-on 
seminars. Steve Ballmer's keynote speech that I attended was also
revealing. I made notes and you will find the highlights in a
separate item below. 

If this is the first issue you receive, (we added some new people, 
partly from Tech*Ed) welcome to the World's largest NT Newsletter. 
You can opt-out at any time but we suggest you hang in there for a 
few issues, you'll like it ;-)

I'll keep the Editor's Corner short this time, let's have a look
at everything that has happened last week...

Warm regards,

Stu Sjouwerman


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2. "TECH BRIEFING"

* NT 4.0 SERVICE PACK 4: WHAT'S IN IT & WHEN DO YOU GET IT?

Service Pack 3 was released in May 1997. This SP4 will likely 
include a number of new technologies that were originally not slated 
to appear until Windows NT 5.0 ships. SP4 is currently in beta. It 
will only be released after sufficient user feedback. This SP will 
be fairly limited, but Microsoft really wants to get it out fast to 
catch up with some Novell releases. One of the new features that 
sources say are slated to be included are DCOM over HTTP, which
lets object components communicate over HTTP, and APIs for Web based 
enterprise management. 

It is likely that more NT 5.0 features will be included in this 
Service Pack, but these may be included on the CD instead of the web
download. Also expected are fixes for a minor year 2000 compliance 
problem and it will solve some existing bugs with Microsoft's 
implementation of the point-to-point tunneling protocol under RAS. 
I have heard some other NT 5 technology might be included but that 
could not be confirmed before we went to release time. I expect it
to be July or even August timeframe before we see this next version.
I will send an immediate NewsFlash the moment it is available. It 
should be out about a month before NT 5.0 Beta2.
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* EXCHANGE 5.5 SERVICE PACK 1 COMING

Microsoft will release this month an Exchange Server 5.5 Service Pack 
that will include a host of features designed to upgrade the server.
This SP 1 will offer X509.v3 support, an anti-spam UI, and a utility 
to merge organizations. It will have a Web forms creation/migration 
wizard, and Routing Object Libraries that make it easier to add 
workflow-enabled features to applications.

On top of the above, there will also be a Lotus Notes migration wizard, 
the Outlook 98 e-mail client, and obviously a bunch of bug fixes.
The next new version of Exchange, code-name Platinum, is not expected 
until Windows NT 5.0 ships, which we do not expect before next spring.
Platinum will include NT 5.0 ActiveDirectory integration, a management 
console, Office 9 integration, and a merging with the Microsoft 
Commercial Internet Server. That Internet e-mail server is targeted at 
Internet service providers, and is expected to go into beta this summer, 
with shipment due in Q4 1998.
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* NT PASSWORDS EASILY CRACKABLE WITH PHYSICAL ACCESS TO SV

If you want to comply with C2 security, and generally want your
NT passwords to be safe, you REALLY need to lock your NT servers 
in a secure room that no one has physical access to, except for the
administrator(s), and use long passwords with random characters. 
Why?

You can make a copy of the SAM database (there are different ways
to do this, like copy from the repair directory or boot with NTFS-
DOS ( http://www.sysinternals.com/ ). Then download the l0pht password 
cracker ( http://www.l0pht.com/ ) and let this cracker loose on
the SAM. Some results that came from some one on our NTSYSADMIN 
listserver who tried this in his own environment:

500 accounts:
- 60% of the passwords found in less than half an hour (on a P200)
- 80% after 3 hours
- 90% at the end of the day

I was completely astonished! My user account password with 3 letters 
and 3 digits was found in less than 3 minutes
- A 5 digits password was found in 20 seconds
- My Admin account with 17 letters/digits and special characters was
not found after a complete day of computation.

The conclusion is clear. Lock up your servers and use long and
random passwords! Having a tool that scans for weak passwords and
alerts you which ones they are helps too, but in any case lock up 
those servers. Microsoft's passfilt.dll from Service Pack 3 can help
you enforce your security policies. I suggest you read L0pht's 
'technical rant' at http://www.l0pht.com/l0phtcrack/rant.html, but 
its conclusions are softened up with Microsoft's suggestions at 
http://www.microsoft.com/security/l0pht20.htm. If you want to learn
more about hashing passwords, this is the best place to start:
http://www.rsa.com/rsalabs/newfaq/q94.html
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3. "NT RELATED NEWS"

* STEVE BALLMER KEYNOTE SPEECH AT TECH*ED 

First of all, after many MS-years Steve is still his own enthused, 
hyper self and his speeches are generally very entertaining. 

To give you the highlights from a System Admin perspective, I'd like
to start with a remark Steve made: " Windows is a platform that we 
view as very importantly an innovative platform, a platform where we 
literally will continue to pursue new ideas, integrate new capabilities, 
integrate new functionality. Windows has a long way to go before we'll 
consider it, quote, "done". I don't expect to consider it, quote, 
"done" in my working lifetime, for example, and I'm planning on being 
here for another ten, twenty years. There's much that needs to be 
done: directory services, security services. We have to teach Windows 
to speak, to learn, to listen. There are so many things that we need 
to do to make Windows more functional for application developers and 
to make it simpler for users and IT professionals trying to deploy 
it". [My comment: Hear, Hear!]

And some numbers that Steve dropped while evangelizing Windows:

"An industry has grown up around Windows and the PC. We did a survey 
recently with Nathan and Associates , which is an economic research 
company that found that there's 233,000 high-tech, entrepreneurial 
companies that have grown up in the United States developing or 
delivering services and developing custom software around the PC,
1.7 percent of all United States - of the whole United States economy. 
It's 2.2 million workers today. There are 300,000 open jobs and all of 
that has been built, I think, in large measure on the openness of 
Windows, the openness of the PC, the choices and services and software.

"We think these are the right guiding principles for Windows, an 
openness, but also a desire and need to innovate and integrate. 
Certainly pursuing those principles has brought a lot of success. 
There's a lot of good momentum today around the Microsoft product line. 
This year alone there will be someplace between 85 and 90 million 
personal computers sold with Microsoft Windows pre-installed.

(Editor's Note: In the year 2000 and up, these will all have one of
the three NT Flavors on them, so that's about 100 million NT boxes 
per year, better get ready!)

"Windows NT Server, from no place basically five years ago, will this 
year deliver 1.6 million Servers. And if that doesn't mean much to you, 
I'll tell you the total Unix Server installed worldwide this year will 
be about 600,000, so we're talking about a number that's over two and 
half times Unix. The growth rate of NT Server is now running about 35, 
40 percent a year. And we thank everybody in this room.

"I think the surge of Windows NT Server relates largely to its efficacy 
as an applications server platform. People say, "Aren't most of the 
servers you sell just file and print servers?" While that may have been 
true a couple, three years ago, as we look today, I can tell you that 
fully -- 35 percent of the NT servers are running database 
servers from Microsoft or Oracle or others. So NT has branched out and 
is really now a platform for applications at the server level.

"The Exchange product has really seen uptake in the last couple of 
years. Thirteen million now installed. Our run rate is at about 12 
million, a little bit more than that units per year, and exceeds Lotus 
Notes. We saw the number of hands that went up as people have deployed 
applications that use Exchange. And what I get most excited about, 
with all the work customers are doing with -- and collaboration and 
groupware applications, building upon the infrastructure we keep 
getting richer and richer in Exchange to support that kind of 
application. Boeing has 140,000 Exchange seats and the US Department 
Of Defense is going to have 2 million Exchange users...

"The SQL Server product has seen good uptake. There are 3 million
new seats per year. I don't know when we'll catch Oracle, but we're 
at 70 percent their run rate right now in terms of new database seats 
per year, and the SQL Server 7 product, which I'll talk about later 
this morning is, I think, the most exciting product -- well, certainly 
the most exciting database release we've had in a long, long time."

Steve remarked that the biggest thing about NT 5.0 was the fact that
cost of ownership would be lower due to all the Zero Admin features,
and built-in IntelliMirror and security. SQL 7.0 will fully integrate
with "Office 9" (the next version of Office) that will be ready begin
next year. They showed us some cool demo's with Excel and Access 
interfacing with SQL and super fast performance manipulating one
million rows in SQL.

The long term Focus for NT 6.0 will be unified storage: Webserver, 
Exchange, FileSystem and Databases all integrated and accessible via
one interface. Another point that was mentioned is improved UNIX
integration for NT that will soon come. Microsoft announced deals
with IONA and Visual Edge to make NT talk to UNIX easier.

Before we wrap this up, Steve told the immense hall that MS will
spend $20 million to train 50,000 DataBase Administrators for SQL7.0.

His end remark was also interesting: "Today I'll tell you an 
unbelievable fact: the largest industry in the United States is 
electronics manufacturing. The second largest industry in the United 
States is automobile manufacturing. The third largest industry? 
Information technology. Not just the companies in the business, but 
the people who do information technology in companies throughout 
America. That's the third largest source of employment in the United 
States. I think we all should be proud of what we do. We're proud to 
have you as customers and to have you take the time with us to come 
learn, to come see where we're headed, to get ideas and tips from us 
and from one another. I hope you have a great Tech-Ed '98 and I 
thank you very, very much for your time this morning".

The full text of the speech is here:
http://www.microsoft.com/corpinfo/speeches/steve/teched98.htm
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* NEW MICROSOFT NT 5.0 MIGRATION RESOURCES

If you want to be kept up to date on Microsoft's views on getting
your applications 5.0 ready it's time to start preparing. The 5.0
Beta 2 will come out this summer so you may want to put this URL in 
your Favorites:
http://www.microsoft.com/msdn/news/feature/110397/migration/default.htm
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* NT 5.0 WILL HAVE BUILT-IN MAINFRAME QUALITY JOB-SCHEDULER

Microsoft revealed a new tool called Job Object at Tech*Ed. When NT 
Server 5.0 ships next year, it will include a job-scheduling capability
similar to that found on mainframes - however this one will be object-
oriented.

The tool will let you schedule batch processing on NT 5.0 servers, says
Ed Muth, Microsoft NT Server group product manager. Job Object will be 
able to run and monitor subprograms and will support inheritance and
other object-oriented features, Muth adds. It will even be able to 
control which processors in a symmetric multiprocessing server are 
dedicated to which tasks.
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* TECH*ED BY THE NUMBERS

- Over 10,000 attendees
- 247 participating companies
- MS employs 2000 people to support developers
- MS spends over $268 million yearly to make developers successful
- There are more than 400 developer User Groups
- 12,700 Microsoft Certified Solution Providers
- More than 168,000 MS Certified Professionals
- Over 55,450 MS Certified Systems Engineers
- More than 4000 companies are MS Independent Software Vendors
- More than 2000 books have been written about Windows
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4. "TECH*ED THIRD PARTY NEWS"

* TRUSTED ENTERPRISE MANAGER (TEM) 2.04 BETA 2 RELEASED

TEM is getting to be a top selling tool for large sites that want
granular system admin tasks and delegate simple admin like resetting
passwords in a secure way. Delta Airlines just decided for TEM for
some 40,000 users. The 2.04 Beta was released during Tech*Ed. What's 
new in this latest version apart from the added Home Directory
Support?

- TEM 2.04 provides significant performance improvements over 2.03.
Improvements to the caching of users and groups drastically reduces 
the startup time of TEM Client and TEM Service. Additionally, the TEM 
Client properties dialog has been completely revamped.

- Command Line Interface (TEMNet)
For those of you who need the power of a command-line interface to 
TEM's functions, TEMNet was added. However, MDD's TEMNet interface is 
unlike any other command interface on the market because it is based 
solely on Microsoft's NET USER and NET GROUP commands included with NT
server. By closely adhering to Microsoft's standard interface you can
deploy TEM with little or no modification to your existing batch files:
a welcome time saver.

- Exclude Users from Management (TEMExempt)
Prior to this release, managing a global group meant Trusted Managers 
with Reset Password (Rp) could reset anyone's password within the 
managed group, even Domain Administrators. Now you can specify, using 
local groups, users or global groups of users to exclude from manage-
ment. These excluded users cannot be managed by the TEM Client. TEM 
Admin can still make these individuals Trusted Managers. Refer to the 
included TEMNet.doc file for details on how to enable this feature. 
Download the 2.04 Beta 2 at: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/tem.htm
----------------------------

* CONVOY CLUSTER SOFTWARE WINS WIN NT MAG EDITOR'S AWARD

There is some exciting news about Convoy Cluster(tm) Software. During
Tech*Ed Convoy announced that it received Windows NT Mag's Editor's 
Choice award. Check out the article "Load Balancing Web Servers" in 
the June 1998 issue of Windows NT Magazine for more details. We have 
Convoy running on the Sunbelt website and we're very happy with the 
fault tolerance this gives our site. We have peaks of 5000 people 
visiting us daily and this heavy (down)load is nicely balanced over 
the InterGraph and Dell servers we have in our 2-node Web-cluster.

Convoy is the highest performing TCP/IP load balancing solution
available, and it is no surprise that it was chosen to power such
high-traffic sites as www.microsoft.com, www.titanicproducts.com and
www.realnames.com. For more information, and a 30-day download click:
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/convoy.htm
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* SIMAC RELEASES FREEPING UTILITY - FREEWARE

If you want to know if all your NT servers are alive and pinging
and want to receive a popup if one of them dies, use FREEPING that
Simac introduced for free at Tech*Ed to the NT community. It helps 
you monitor all your critical NT servers. It's all in the name, I'm 
running it from my home office to keep a check on our Convoy 
webcluster. Download from this address: http://www.tools4nt.com
----------------------------

* FASTLANE RELEASES PHOENIX DOMAIN CONFIGURATION TOOL

When you need to flatten Domains due to getting ready for NT 5.0 
or perhaps a merger with another company or implementing Exchange
you will need a tool that automates domain transitions. Phoenix
plans, automates the migration and updates the tasks with minimal
disruption to users. This is the second tool that has come out with
this specific goal in mind. Virtuosity was released a few months
ago. For Phoenix check out: http://www.fastlanetech.com. Compare
with Virtuosity at http://www.sunbelt-software.com/a2nt.htm
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* ACTIVEPRO ANNOUNCES SiMON v2.0: NETWORK MONITOR & REPORTS

They gave me a demo and it looked slick. SiMON is completely web-
based and monitors, collects, stores and analyzes information from 
network devices like NT servers, routers, bridges, hubs and printers.
It only needs to be installed on one server to monitor the entire
network. It's built with the latest Active-X technologies by a few
ex-microsoft people. SiMON allows you to monitor stuff like WWW,
FTP, SMTP and POP3. Once collected you get the data in Seagate Crystal
Reports format. Spotting problems is pretty intuitive and obvious.
The moment they have alerts, thresholds and exception conditions
in their next version this product will likely do very well. Get
the 30-day eval here: http://www.activepros.com
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5. "HINTS AND TIPS - TIME SAVERS AND OTHER GOODIES...

Bill Clinton just made his new policy about the Internet available.
They intend the pull the government out of it all together in 2000
and have new plans for the Domain Name System. You can find the text
at: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/domainname/domainhome.htm
---

Now we have proof - they're not hiring enough webmasters!
According to the most recent NetVital Survey, planned growth in both 
servers AND content seats is 20% ahead of the growth in webmasters. 
That's 20% EACH. That would seem to mandate more automation, at least, 
but only a quarter of all sites use web management software. A third 
of all sites still uses simple utilities, and a quarter have no formal 
management at all.
Here's another "we knew it": IS/IT is considered largely responsible 
for web activities, but doesn't get the control it needs to carry out 
the responsibility! There's lots more, catch it at 
http://www.netvital.com/survey/index.html.
While there, sign up to become a panelist! NetVital is doing us all a 
great service by running a free MIS survey every three weeks or so, 
and sharing the results with us. They tell me the next one is about 
mission-critical IP network monitoring, by the way.
---

INTERNET EXPLORER 4.01 SERVICE PACK 1 NOW AVAILABLE
This service pack, which makes IE 4.01 Year 2000 compliant and fixes 
other bugs, is now available for download on the Microsoft Web site at:
http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/iebuild/ie4sp1_win32/en/ie4sp1_win32.htm
---

NOVELL 4.11 YEAR 2000 FIX 
If you're running NetWare 4.11, you need a patch to ensure Year 2000 
compliance. As you may know, some hardware and software is not designed
to handle the change to the year-date 2000; lack of Y2K compliance can 
cause many problems. If you're using NetWare 4.11, you can avoid future
problems with the file updates found in 411y2kp2.exe. This self-
extracting file contains updates for nwvque95.dll and nwvque3x.dll, 
as well as other important files. You can find this update on the 
Novell Web site at http://support.novell.com
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6. "THE NT STOCK WATCH"

(00s)
SYMBL SECURITY CLOSE CHANGE VOL 
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BMCS BMC Software Inc................... 50 5/8 + 13/16 20503
CTXS Citrix Systems Inc................. 54 3/8 +1 1/2 6124
CPQ Compaq Computer Corp............... 28 5/16 + 13/16 91016
DGN Data General Corp.................. 15 9/16 - 5/16 3472
DELL Dell Computer Corp................. 84 33/64 + 1/64 180686
DEC Digital Eqpmt. Corp................ 56 9/16 + 3/4 6018
HWP Hewlett Packard Company............ 62 7/8 +1 3/16 28793
IBM IBM................................ 118 11/16 +2 5/8 40792
INGR Intergraph Corporation............. 9 9/16 + 3/16 1450
MSFT Microsoft Corporation.............. 86 3/16 + 1/8 82408
NCR Ncr Corporation.................... 33 3/4 + 1/16 707
NETA Networks Associates Inc............ 42 13/16 + 15/16 9872
NOVL Novell Inc......................... 11 3/32 + 41/64 50546
ORCL Oracle Corporation................. 25 7/8 +1 1/16 100945
QCOM Qualcomm Inc....................... 51 7/8 + 5/8 6453
QLIX Qualix Group Inc................... 2 3/4 - 1/8 397
SEG Seagate Technologies Inc........... 21 5/16 + 3/4 11274
SGI Silicon Graphics Inc............... 11 3/4 + 1/4 2704
SUNW Sun Microsystems Inc............... 45 3/32 + 41/64 77842
SYBS Sybase Inc......................... 7 1/8 - 3/8 13581
SYMC Symantec Corporation............... 25 3/8 + 3/8 10868
UIS Unisys Corporation................. 24 7/16 + 5/16 6807
DJIA Dow Jones 30 Industrials........... 9,037.71 +167.15 
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