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Sunbelt W2Knews™ Electronic Newsletter
The secret of those "who always seem to know" - Over 500,000 Readers!
Sun, Sep 27, 1998
Sunbelt Windows NTools E-News[tm] -- Sept 27, 1998
  This issue of W2Knews™ contains:
Sunbelt Windows NTools[tm] Electronic Newsletter
Vol. 3, #19 - Sept 27, 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],
you will receive instant notification of important NT related
events and you are also a charter member of the Sunbelt Field 
Test Bonus Program. Sunbelt Software is the first and largest 
distributor worldwide of Third Party System Management Tools for 
Windows NT with 6 subsidiaries in the USA and Europe.
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This issue of Windows NTools E-News contains:

1. "EDITORS CORNER" 

2. "TECH BRIEFING"
* DOMAIN STRUCTURE IN NT 5.0

3. "NT RELATED NEWS" 
* MICROSOFT GIVES FREE SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESS SERVER
* NT BOOK OF THE MONTH
* DID YOU PASS YOUR LAST SECURITY AUDIT?
* WINDOWS NT PRE-SEASON MINI CAMP

4. "NT THIRD PARTY NEWS"
* AUTOPILOT REMOVES CRYPKEY PROTECTION
* NEW NETSERVANT v2.3 ADDS USER MANAGEMENT FEATURES
* SOFTWARE SHELF RELEASES TWO NEW VERSIONS
* TRUSTED SYSTEMS RELEASES SUPER CACLS
* INTERGRAPH GETS AIM HOT IRON AWARD
* EXTRACHEEZ.COM -- HOT NEW WEB SITE

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

6. "THE NT STOCK WATCH"

7. "Y2K WATCH"

8. "HOW TO USE THE MAILING LIST"
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1. "EDITORS CORNER" 

There is a _lot_ happening at the moment. Things are cooking in the
NT market and also at Sunbelt. This month is another Highest Ever
in sales. Thanks for all your business. We do our best to provide you 
with quality information, solutions and support. 

That said, we're adding a section to this newsletter. It's called 
"Y2K Watch" and we'll keep you up to date on NT related Year 2000
issues but also some more general feedback. You may have read that
Florida just escaped a hurricane called Georges. I'm treating Y2K
in a similar way. If you are prepared it's a nuisance, but if you are
not it may wipe you out. There's one thing for sure, we know exactly
when it's going to hit!

I have been doing research on the Y2K issue do get Sunbelt completely 
compliant and while doing that I have found data I want to share with 
you. So, a new section in the NTools E-News. I am happy to announce all 
our critical systems have been tested and are Y2K compliant. Now, will
we have power?

I also just finished a very useful book in about 10 hours that you
all should pick up. It's about NT 5.0 and how to get there from where
you are now. The migration is not trivial. But the book reads like
a novel and explains a series of new 5.0 concepts like Active Directory
extremely well. See the BOOK OF THE MONTH Section for more.

Since last Issue we published the survey results, this one catches
up for a month worth of news. One thing before we start though, I was
told by Macmillan who publish the MCSE Complete that the new version
with Exchange 5.5 will go out in three weeks, so they are behind their
initial schedule. What else is new. If you have sent in your reg card, 
you will get the new CD sent to you directly by Macmillan.

We have also found a new product that will help you with managing those
&*%@ hotfixes and service packs, a separate NewsFlash will arrive soon
regarding that in the coming few days.

No more delay, let's get to work!

Warm regards

Stu Sjouwerman



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2. "TECH BRIEFING"

* DOMAIN STRUCTURE IN NT 5.0

The most important thing in NT 5.0 is that is finally gets rid of
the heritage of LAN Manager and creates superstructures on top of
the V4.0 code which does not change much. Active Directory (AD) has by 
far the biggest implications. Getting to 5.0 is no upgrade, it's a 
whole migration and definitely not trivial. You have to start planning
now so that you can easily move from 4 to 5. To be sure, everything
is backward compatible, but it's going to be a lot of work to plan 
out well how you want 5.0 to work.

In general, a Directory has the following properties:

- Information about the environment is stored in a distributed form
- Users can do "telephone-book" searches but also "yellow-pages" type
searches. The first is search on a certain attribute like a name,
the second is something like 'find all color printers on the 2-nd
floor'.
- The capability to spread login to the directory to also cover new
applications and services. (like Exchange)
- The capability to remove dependency on physical locations.

Think about a Directory as a hierarchical object-oriented structure
that resembles a tree turned upside down, with the root at the top
and branches that hang down a la Explorer. The primary point of AD
is to create universal access to all resources, so that users can log
on to the _network_ to gain access instead of having to log on to a
particular server or group of servers to find particular resources.
AD turns NT networking upside down and you have to start thinking
in a whole new way.

DOMAINS:

Normally, every AD will contain a domain tree, and it will be possible
to tie several domain trees together. A domain tree is defined as a
hierarchical representation of the system in a treelike structure.
The representation can take the form of either a single domain, or a
tree of trees that are basically multiple domains. The domains can be
divided into Organizational Units (OU's) that likewise, can be orga-
nized in a tree structure.

AD uses the Domain Name Service (DNS) protocol. This means that TCP/IP
has become the standard for 5.0 in every sense, and that WINS is going
to be removed. (Sigh of relief). No more PDC's and BDC's, 5.0 only
has DC's with multi-master replication. They can be promoted and down-
graded without rebuilding the OS. 5.0 can still 'play' PDC/BDC so it 
can coexist with 4.0 machines.

And finally, 5.0 has 'transitive trusts'. Meaning that almost all of 
these pesky trust relationships disappear. Transitive trusts mean that
when you define a single trust relationship between two domains, all
domains situated under the two given domains may be configured to
automatically inherit the defined trust. This means the amount of
trust relations can optimally go from N(N-1) to N-1. Cisco is porting 
AD to Unix, and also implements AD on its network components. This very 
well may make AD an immediate standard.

Having a Hierarchical AD Service means managing users, print queues
and so forth will be easier because AD enables you to have all 
network resources in one place and structure them logically. However
there seems to be a structure missing that would allow you to simulta-
neously create, close and correct several objects at the same time in 
AD with the same management tool. I'm sure third parties will jump to 
plug that hole.

The Groups concept stays as well, but you could approximate the new
situation by stating that Global groups basically become Organizational 
Units and local groups will disappear.

Oh yeah, NT 5.0 workstation no longer needs Admin Rights to install
apps, which permits you automatic installations without admin inter-
vention. That was also a major gripe.

Next Issue: The Restrictions of 4.0 and how 5.0 solves these.


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3. "NT RELATED NEWS" 

* MICROSOFT GIVES FREE SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESS SERVER

Microsoft gives every Windows NT Small Business Server (SBS) TWO FREE 
support incidents. Very nice, thank you.

You can get your two free support calls Monday through Friday from 6 
a.m. to 6 p.m. PST, excluding holidays. Call Microsoft SBS Support 
toll-free at (877) 621-4200 from the U.S. and Canada. It would help to
have your product ID number handy. I'm not sure how this works inter-
nationally. Check with your local MS office.

An "incident" means a problem and its solution, no matter how many 
phone calls it takes to solve the problem. Incidents normally cost
$195 each, so you get almost $400 thrown in. Not to be sneezed at.
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* NT BOOK OF THE MONTH

It's called "NT 5.0, the Next Revolution" by Ari Kaplan and Morton 
Strunge Nielsen. The Authors have done an excellent job of going from
general to specific, explaining the acronyms as they go, and defining 
the new 5.0 related concepts very well. Especially migration from your
current Domain structure to Active Directory gets handled in detail.
I suggest you read it now, so that you can slowly get ready for 5.0
and make the migration a bit easier (It's not a trivial project).
Publisher is Coriolis, ISBN 1-57610-288-1, Lists for US$ 29.99 and
http:// www.amazon.com sells it on-line for 23.99. Warmly Recommended!
for more data on the book itself: http://www.coriolis.com
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* DID YOU PASS YOUR LAST SECURITY AUDIT?

Some of you may laugh and say "What Security Audit?". Well, in that
case unfortunately the next question is "Whose head is going to roll
if network security is compromised?". If that is you, you might want 
to read on. If that is not you, please forward this to the person 
that is responsible?

This item is about enforcing password conventions. Does your company
enforce users to change passwords at least once every 3 months? Are
they easy to guess? Now you know why 80% of security breaches are
coming from the inside. Most companies do not enforce password conven-
tions because they are a pain in the neck. However, almost everyone is 
scared to death about attacks from the outside (especially with the Net
proliferating) and firewall vendors have been doing brisk business. But
then again most of the breaches are from within. What's wrong with this
picture?

Why are passwords so difficult to administer? Now we're getting into 
the famous inability of NT to delegate admin rights. To be able to 
reset a password you need Admin privs. But you do not want to make
a lot of people Domain Admin because of security concerns, so here is
the classical Crocker and a hard place' problem. 

Corporate Security is really a major issue, especially with public
companies. These have the duty to protect their corporate data jewels
to make sure shareholder value is guaranteed. This is an issue that
involves your full corporate command line from the top down, CEO, CFO, 
CIO, MIS Director, Network Management and System Administration.

It requires a solution that is backed up and enforced by Corporate 
Management on down. And each of the people/divisions in the command 
line need to benefit somehow from this solution. Let me give you a nut-
shell solution using one of our products: Trusted Enterprise Manager.

TEM allows you to delegate User Management (that includes passwords!)
to the lowest levels. Who benefits from that? Well to start with, it
saves you the headache of people calling all the time they forgot their
password. The MIS director saves their budgets because simple admin
work can be done by the departments themselves. People that cannot
access the network due to password problems are idle/cost money. TEM
makes sure the CIO does not get grief from his peers. The CFO is able 
to show that they can lop off 2 to 5% payroll if this is implemented, 
so they can cut operating expenses. In short, the CEO cannot afford not 
to write that check because total cost of ownership goes down. Every-
body wins. Check out TEM: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/tem.htm
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* WINDOWS NT PRE-SEASON MINI CAMP

So what is this all about? This refers to American football. All
coaches know that a successful season is helped by a good foundation
laid in the preseason, where players go to mini-camps to drill the
fundamentals and learn new plays and strategies. Microsoft has set up
something similar and you can go to a full day of focused technical
instruction on 5.0 by Guru Keith Pleas. http://www.nt5minicamp.com/
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4. "NT THIRD PARTY NEWS"

* AELITA GROUP ANNOUNCES ENTERPRISE SUITE 

Aelita Enterprise Suite (AES) is the first comprehensive, integrated 
set of management tools for large-scale Windows NT networks to offer 
solutions for migration to MS Exchange and NT 5.0 and support for the 
future Active Directory Services. All components of the Suite are 
tightly integrated to provide a unified approach to a whole complex of
different management and administrative tasks. AES provides a single 
solution for today's administrative tasks, network restructuring and 
domain migration problems, and support for your future network 
structure. 

Aelita Enterprise Suite offers:

* Centralized agent-free network management
* Network restructuring and domain migration for MS Exchange
and NT 5.0
* Advanced reporting on users, group, file system access
permissions and other network and security settings
* Backup and recovery of network and security settings
* Distributed security management
* Support for Active Directory Services (upcoming)
* File system access permissions management
* Emergency protection and disaster recovery
* Event log management, network analysis, reporting, security
monitoring and alerting
* User policy and security policy assessment
* Unified scheduling, reporting, monitoring and alerting
* Security management 
* Network administration cost saving

You can download all components of the Enterprise Suite over here for 
a 30-day trial: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/a2nt.htm
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* AUTOPILOT REMOVES CRYPKEY PROTECTION

Since we announced the fact the AutoPilot prices were chopped in
half, you definitely got interested. The other gripe you had was
the Crypkey system which caused headaches. After discussing that
with the developer, it was decided that the FULL version of AutoPilot
will be only protected by the shrink wrap license and be free from any
keys. That will make it MUCH easier to implement over a large amount
of machines. If that was your main objection against AutoPilot, it's 
history now.

A recent customer said: "Got it working and love AutoPilot -- first 
time in a long time I don't feel like I'm constantly waiting for the 
system to catch up with me. Thanks again for prompt delivery, and 
thanks also for your regular newsletter, which I always find myself 
forwarding on to several friends as well as reading it myself. It's 
a great service. Robert". Check out the latest version: 
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/autoplt.htm
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* NEW NETSERVANT v2.3 ADDS USER MANAGEMENT FEATURES

Just to position this product a bit more clearly, we find it works
best in smaller organizations. NetservaNT is not created as a so called
enterprise tool. It will not scale up to that level yet, and is still
a young product. For enterprise wide User Management, check out TEM
on our website. The NetservaNT developer has an aggressive development 
schedule and appreciates your feedback so when you buy early, you'll
get a host of features in new versions that often _you_ can specify.

This new release solves a few bugs and offers the following new 
features that you asked for.

- Copy an existing (template) user to save time on creating a new one.
- Manage 'open files' per domain, server/ workstation and share
(like the whohas command in Novell)
- Manage sessions per domain and server/ workstation.
- Show the object count, e.g. answer the question 'How much users
or Workstations do I have in my domain?'.
- Expand or collapse a part of the tree by one click of the mouse.
- Select a user, click the right mouse button and start to edit the
login script of this user (by using Notepad).
- Get more Help info to make it easier to access all the features.
The help file also includes over 30 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
- Many performance improvements.

Download a 30-day eval at: 
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/netserv.htm
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* SOFTWARE SHELF RELEASES TWO NEW VERSIONS:

The new Print Manager Plus 2.6 is a tool that sets quotas and controls
printing by users. They have added new features that include:

1. Main Dialog resizing
2. Added page and copy count support for pcl5c, pcl5e, pclxl, and esc/p2
A fully functional eval can be downloaded from:
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/printmgr.htm
---
Rescue Undelete is a new product that is much faster than what is out
there now. It scans the Master File Table and allows you to undelete
'in place' with a few keystrokes. They now offer this puppy online
as well: http://www.softwareshelf.com/undelete1.htm
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* TRUSTED SYSTEMS RELEASES SUPER CACLS

Super CACLS is a suite of command-line tools that let you view and 
manage Windows NT Access Control Lists (ACL's) and/or audit controls 
on files, directories, and Registry keys. They belong in every admin's 
toolbox. If you use CACLS or XCACLS from the Windows NT Resource Kit, 
you'll appreciate the expanded features and professional quality of 
SuperCACLS. http://www.trustedsystems.com/SCACLSMain.htm
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* INTERGRAPH GETS AIM HOT IRON AWARD

Intergraph Computer Systems, who manufacture Intel NT-based 
workstations and servers, announced that the company's TDZ(R) 2000 GX1 
ViZual Workstation, TDZ 2000 ViZual Workstation, and InterServe(R) 80 
SL Server products won awards for best performance, best price/perfor-
mance, and best throughput performance respectively in the recent 
"AIM Hot Iron" Awards. The awards were announced at a special awards 
ceremony held in conjunction with COMDEX/Enterprise in San Francisco 
last week. One of the machines in our Sunbelt webcluster is an 
Intergraph and we're still very happy with its performance.

"Intergraph Computer Systems' TDZ graphics workstations and InterServe
servers are synonymous with high performance as demonstrated in their
ranking for overall performance and value in the Windows NT category," 
said Tammy Bauer, president, AIM Technology. "We're pleased that 
industry leaders such as Intergraph continue to participate in AIM's 
independent benchmark and certification efforts to provide our growing 
client base the latest in open systems performance data."

The AIM Awards are presented twice a year at major IT tradeshows across 
the country. These awards are based on AIM Technology's extensive array 
of system-level performance tests, which use innovative technologies to 
closely model "real-life" enterprise computing environments. Check:
http://www.intergraph.com
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* EXTRACHEEZ.COM -- HOT NEW WEB SITE

Check out the new technical resource and community site designed by 
sys admins and engineers. With 80+ hosted discussion boards on targeted 
topics from "Certification - MCSE" to "NT - Networking", ExtraCheez.com 
will become a "go to" site for networkers. The site is quickly adding
news and product info, certification resources, tech jobs, tech events, 
tech books, user benefits, resources & links, and even some stuff on 
the lighter side. Find it at http://www.extracheez.com with a "Z".


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

Here is an excellent resource for technical dictionaries to dig 
yourself out of the acronym swamp and misunderstood technical words.
http://www.trinity.edu/~rjensen/245glosf.htm Also, did you know
Sunbelt has an online NT dictionary? We will beef this one up with 5.0
terms soon. http://www.sunbelt-software.com/shoptalk.htm
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Users complaining about a pause when opening MS Office apps?
Noticed that when Outlook 98 is open, other apps run slower?
The problem could very well be the infamous Journal 'Feature' from 
Outlook. It registers by default everything you do in any Office app.
This is supposed to help you track your time. Unfortunately when time
passes, the journal gets more and more entries and slows down all your
Office apps. To get rid of this problem, either:
1. Archive your Journal Entries
2. Delete all the Journal Entries
3. Disable the Journal all together: Tools-Options-Journal Options.
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As busy as most of us are there is no time to even read the marketing 
on web pages that you do know of. Such is the nature of what we do.
So if you haven't looked at our short descriptions of the products we 
carry and the common NT problems they solve look here:
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/probsolu.htm

Also the NTSYSADMIN List Server continues to grow. We are now at about 
4000 subscribers. If you are already a member we appreciate your
contributions to the list. There are some very sharp NT Pro's on there 
and I would be surprised if you couldn't find any solution for a problem
or someone who knows where to look for one. You can sign up here:
http://lyris.sunbelt-software.com/scripts/lyris.pl?join=ntsysadmin
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The latest tip re the Time Sync in a NT was not entirely complete.
The users of an NT workstation need the right to change the time.
Start the user manager and open the menu policy - Rights and look
for the right: Change systemtime. Now grant the user the right to do 
this. You have to do this on every NT workstation. Thomas Moellerbernd.
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6. "THE NT STOCK WATCH"

52 WK 52 WK P/E WEEK
SECURITY CLOSE HIGH LOW RATIO CHNG
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BMC Software............. 56 1/8 59 1/2 27 3/8 52 +6.1%
Citrix Systems........... 75 1/4 75 1/2 32 3/4 +10.4%
Compaq Computer.......... 33 1/2 39 1/8 23 1/8 +9.3%
Computer Assoc........... 35 3/8 61 15/16 26 39 +15.5%
Data Genl................ 11 1/2 27 11/16 7 +5.1%
Dell Computer............ 66 1/16 66 17 1/2 80 +14.1%
Gateway 2000............. 54 7/8 68 3/4 25 1/16 72 +6.0%
Hewlett Packard.......... 54 3/16 82 3/8 47 3/4 19 +6.5%
IBM...................... 133 1/2 138 1/8 88 5/8 22 +7.0%
Intergraph............... 6 13/16 14 3/16 5 1/2 +12.9%
Microsoft Corp........... 113 1/16 119 5/8 59 68 +7.2%
NCR Corp................. 27 3/4 38 1/2 23 1/2 38 +11.8%
Network Assoc............ 39 1/4 56 7/8 27 3/8 +4.4%
Novell Inc............... 12 5/16 13 5/8 6 13/16 68 -1.0%
Oracle Corp.............. 28 15/16 39 1/8 17 3/4 29 +6.4%
Qualcom Inc.............. 51 71 15/16 40 15/16 38 +8.6%
Qualix Group Inc......... 1 3/8 5 5/8 1 3/16 0.0%
Seagate Tech............. 25 1/16 40 5/8 16 1/8 +11.0%
Silicon Graphics......... 9 13/16 27 9/16 9 1/16 -4.2%
Sun Microsyst............ 52 3/4 52 13/16 30 3/8 27 +8.3%
Sybase Inc............... 5 15/16 23 5/8 5 9/16 +1.0%
Symntc................... 13 1/2 32 5/8 12 3/4 13 -3.1%
Unisys Cp................ 24 15/16 30 11/16 11 1/8 +4.1%
Dow Jones 30 Industrials. 8,028.77 +1.6%
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7. "Y2K WATCH - 462 Days Left"

Somewhere between Y2K "panic" and Y2K "don't worry" exists the Y2K 
"truth." The survey we did last week showed you were definitely 
interested in knowing more. The survey question we asked: "Are you 
personally worried about the possible disruptions in your own life 
caused by the Y2K situation?
- Naah, no problem: 23%
- Needs to be looked at: 34%
- Concerned: 36%
- Quite worried: 7%
- Panic: 1%

Well, being computer people, we can imagine the potential bumps ahead
when systems break down. 77% of you at least indicated you wanted to 
know more. I am working on a package of information regarding Y2K and
I'll keep you up to date on it. First, some very, very basic data:

On June 13, 1998 in Atlanta Georgia, Y2K Expert Ed Yourdon gave a 
speech regarding Y2K status. There are two million programmers and 
700 billion lines of code in the US. There are a hundred thousand 
mainframes, 300 million PC's and 35 billion embedded systems.

It is simply too late to fix everything. Half of the member nations 
of the U.N. have no Y2K national plans. Furthest ahead is the U.S.
Canada and in England are few months behind. Currently it looks like
we are able to fix 75 percent to all our computer systems in the U.S.

That means 25 percent of computers will not work except for the 
government where about a third of the systems will not work. Europe 
has more emphasis on the Euro currency project so they are further
behind. Africa and South America are sound asleep. Asia is far behind 
because of their economic trouble.

88% percent small-business has not begun checking for Y2K compliance, 
and many large companies are still in the early stages. Yourdon stated 
that the Y2K Czar of Clinton said that there is a 40 percent chance of 
nationwide power outages due to Power Utilities being late. 10 to 20% 
of the Banks will not be Y2K compliant in time. Out of the 35 Billion
embedded systems, about 1% to a maximum of 5% will fail.

The US government is in trouble. The status of the Federal government 
has been downgraded from a D minus to an F regarding their year 2000 
progress. Al Gore, the technology Vice Pres has made NO zero year 2000 
speeches, and one wonders why. So much for the current status. I'll
keep you up to date.

---
Microsoft has an updated Y2K Guide about all their products which was
just announced. This one has search capabilities and an expanded 
listing of tested products.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/topics/year2k/product/product.htm
---
PC Week has a good section that keeps you up to date with the latest:
http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/y2k/y2k.html
---
NOVELL 4.11 YEAR 2000 FIX - If you're running NetWare 4.11, you need 
a patch to ensure Year 2000 compliance. 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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8. "HOW TO USE THE MAILING LIST"
Instructions on how to subscribe, sign off
or change your email address

TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE LIST

US: http://lyris.sunbelt-software.com/scripts/lyris.pl?join=nt-list
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TO QUIT THE LIST

1) The Web Way:
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choose the NT-List, use your email address that is at 
the bottom of each newsletter and leave the list via 
the web interface.

2) The Email Way: Simply follow the instructions at 
the very end of this newsletter.
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TO CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS

First unsubscribe and then resubscribe as per the
procedure above.

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