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Mon, Nov 16, 1998
Sunbelt Windows NTools E-News[tm] Nov 16, 1998
  This issue of W2Knews™ contains:
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This issue of Windows NTools E-News contains:

1. "EDITORS CORNER"

2. "TECH BRIEFING"
* NEW DISKEEPER V4.0 NOW DEFRAGMENTS PAGING FILE TOO

3. "NT RELATED NEWS"
* MICROSOFT ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF UK TECHNET PREVIEW PROGRAMME
* NEW PLAYER IN NT STORAGE MANAGEMENT: STORAGECENTRAL
* WINDOWS NT IN EUROPE: LATEST MARKET RESEARCH

4. "NT THIRD PARTY NEWS"
* NEW WIZARD DRIVEN DOMAIN MIGRATION BY VIRTUOSITY V3.0
* IBM PUBLISHES FREE NT PERFORMANCE TUNING REDBOOK
* FREE UTILITY TO ADD, MOVE, CHANGE, DELETE NT USERS
* SUNBELT WEB AVAILABILITY PACK (SWAP) 'BUY NOW' WARNING!

5. "HINTS AND TIPS - TIME SAVERS AND OTHER GOODIES...
* SUBSCRIBER DRIVE - FIND SOME ONE AND GET A HOT FREE TOOL

6. "THE NT STOCK WATCH"

7. "Y2K WATCH"

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

Hi NT-ers,

If you get this newsletter for the first time, this is your sample.
That means you can also go pick up your special free goodie for new
subscribers! See "HINTS AND TIPS - TIME SAVERS AND OTHER GOODIES...

Once every two weeks we will keep you up to date on NT, whoops, I
mean Windows 2000 (W2K) issues. Microsoft took a cue from the car
industry where they change models yearly to keep sales up. This means
MS want us to buy an upgrade yearly. Most likely this name change is
the early warning signal you will be hit with a subscription model
where you pay a yearly maintenance fee to make sure you get the latest
revisions. Better make advanced budget plans for such an event, .

Most of this newsletter is dedicated to the large NT show in London
that I attented last week. I'll give you the highlights regarding NT
(no,no, W2K) tools that came out and other Microsoft announcements.
And in the next newsletter I will go into detail on a very interesting
configuration management tool I discovered at the UK Show.

Unsubscribing is extremely easy. At the very end of this newsletter
is a special, personalised 'unsub' email address you can copy and paste
into the 'TO' field of your email client. Send it and you're off the
list. But you may want to hang in there for a few issues, over 110,000
of your colleagues really like to get this regular, up to date W2K news
and more free goodies. I already know of an extremely interesting free
tool that will be released in the coming few months.

Warm regards,

Stu Sjouwerman


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2. "TECH BRIEFING"

* NEW DISKEEPER V4.0 NOW DEFRAGMENTS PAGING FILE TOO

At the show in the UK, Diskeeper 4.0 was introduced. As you know,
disk fragmentation can slow down the I/O performance of your (espe-
cially desktop) machines. On the W2K-platform there are actually 4
different types of fragmentation, I'll go into each of these.

But first and foremost, fragmentation is something that was done on
purpose. Being able to fragment a file makes it much easier to use
the _whole_ disk. The NT File System is excellent in knowing what
data is written where and has a high degree of redundancy built in.
But fragmentation also has its drawbacks. The four types of fragmen-
tation are as follows, and I'll discuss each one in a short paragraph.
1) File Fragmentation
2) Directory Fragmentation
3) Page File Fragmentation
4) Free Space Fragmentation

1) Think of this scenario. You are working on a dual-CPU CAD/CAM NT
workstation with 128Meg RAM. The files you are dealing with are 50Meg
each. Reading a file that might be scattered in over 100 fragments
actually does take that much longer to read than if it would be conti-
guous. The disk head needs to go all over the place to pick up the
fragments. Cleaning up the file fragmentation will boost your box's
performance, but file fragmentation is not the only issue here.

2) It is a bit problematic to get that file in _one_ piece due to
the fact that NT also extends its directories and fragments them. This
again is basically a good thing: preallocating space for directories
would gobble up a lot of disk space. But, fragmenting them does mess
up the drive. The previous V3.0 of Diskeeper already did directory
defragging at boot time and consolidated them.

3) When you want to get your files contiguous, having contiguous space
to write to would be nice and makes it easy on your resources. But the
Paging File can also be spread in dozens of chunks over the disk, as it
gets fragmented along the way. But Diskeeper V4.0 now can defrag this
at boot time as well. Your Page file gets put together in one big
contiguous chunk so that files can be written in one piece.

4) The result of the three types of fragmentation above obviously
causes the free space to be split up in all kinds of small bits and
pieces as well. That makes it impossible for tbe OS to write a file
in one contiguous block, further making fragmentation worse.

If you could get rid of all the above types of fragmentation in _one_
go, you'd see in our scenario above a significant increase of Disk Read
speed of those 50Meg files, saving you time and productivity. The new
Diskeeper V4.0 does just that. Fire it up at the end of your workday
and let it rip through the Page- and Directory files at boot time, and
then get all files contiguous, causing the free space to clean up at
the same time.

You have not heard me talking much about fragmentation this last year,
but this time I think that Diskeeper has got it's act together. I down-
loaded a 30-day copy of V4.0 and ran it on my Dell NTWS. After 45 min.
I saw for the first time in my life an NT disk with only 4 contiguous
blocks - grey for free space, dark blue for files, light blue for the
directories and yellow for the page file: all of them 100% contiguous!
Try it out for yourself. You can get a 30-day eval over here:
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/dkpnt.htm


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3. "NT RELATED NEWS"

* MICROSOFT ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF UK TECHNET PREVIEW PROGRAMME

Something new from Microsoft at the Windows NT Show, you can now gain
a head start on the latest technology from MS and evaluate multiple
products in less time. And yes, another TLA, it's called TPP. What is
a TLA you might wonder? Another Three Letter Acronym! ;-)

Looks like MS has been listening to user feedback (that is complaints)
and has designed a programme (I like the way the British write that
word) that will allow you to:

- get access to previews of (multiple )pending software releases
- receive product documentation, white papers, review guides and FAQs
about the TPP
- join newsgroups (monitored by MS support engineers) for advice and
support
- receive initial installation email support
- get subscribed to regular email newsletters outlining relevant info
and special events
- get access to the special Online Resource Centre which is for TPP
customers only.

Their announcement stated: "Knowing what is going to happen before it
actually does is a very advantageous position to be in, especially in
business. This is where the MS TPP programme comes in".

The software in the TPP packs during the course of the programme will
contain the following:

- MS Office 2000
- MS Windows 2000 Professional and Server Editions. (NT5.0 WS and SV)
- MS Exchange (next version)
- Time Limited versions of the final code for NT SV 4.0 and SQL 7.0

Since this accouncement was done in the UK, the pricing was set at UK
pounds 159. The URL they gave was the UK one, and when I did a search
on the USA MS website there was no mention of it. Looks like this may
be a pilot they are running in the UK to see how the market responds!
http://www.microsoft.com/uk/preview/
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* NEW PLAYER IN NT STORAGE MANAGEMENT: STORAGECENTRAL

At the Show in the UK another interesting newcomer saw the light.
It's called StorageCeNTral. It's Version 1.0 is a great solution to
manage runaway Disk Storage for W2K. Actually, it's from the same
developer that does the very successful QuotaAdvisor for Win NT.
(I wonder if all developers are now going to change their product
names to Windows 2000 but I sincerely hope not!)

StorageCeNTral is a 'product family' name. They have taken QuotaAdvisor
and added two more modules: DiskAdvisor and DiskWatcher.

QuotaAdvisor 4.0 is the latest release of the technically most advanced
Quota tool on the market today. It monitors and enforces user disk space
and is the anchor of the suite. QA V4.0 is even easier to install than
before and gives you the ability to set quotas by user, drive, share,
directory or file level before your server goes down due to lack of
disk space. One major benefit is you do NOT need a reboot to install V4.

DiskAdvisor I saw in action at the show, and it generates a series of
canned reports on all major storage criteria, including wasted space,
quotas, disk-space usage and file security. Apart from these canned
reports it also features a powerful custom report generator that you
can run in both interactive and batch mode. DiskAdvisor was fast and
uses a windows GUI that the developer sais will snap into the Micro-
Soft Management Console.

DiskWatcher is used at the partition level and offers you real-time
object monitoring and lights-out alerting cpabilities. It's a stripped
down (and much cheaper) version of QuotaAdvisor that does reporting and
alerting only. You'd use it on machines that do not need quota enforce-
ment but you need to keep an eye on.

Existing users of QuotaAdvisor are invited by the developer to upgrade
to StorageCeNTral (SC for short) with a special low upgrade offer that
lasts until the 31-st of December 1998.

My first impression is positive. People asked me how I would compare it
to Storage Resource Manager. Well, SC V1.0 is of course only a start,
and SC is not 'enterprise ready' yet. It lacks trending and does not
run on MS SQL or have a Web Interface like SRM 3.0 does. But I expect
developer W Quinn to move fast and that next year SRM will have some
healthy competition in this enormous market of storage resource manage-
ment. Every one of you needs to have a solution in place, whether that
be low-end or Enterprise. Download a 30-day eval copy of StorageCeNTral:
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/storcent.htm
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* WINDOWS NT IN EUROPE: LATEST MARKET RESEARCH

Two companies released fresh market research data at the UK Show:
IBM and Novell. It is interesting to see how they present their facts.

To start with Novell, they are positioning themselves as the best
platform to manage NT with their announcement of the beta of NDS for
NT v2.0 ( you can get the new beta over at the Novell website at
http://www.support.novell.com/beta/public/ )
So here is how the UK market looks looking through Novell's glasses:

- Novell dominates the UK NOS market with 72.8 percent of respondents
using NetWare somewhere in their organization. (NOS = Network
Operating System)
- Only 27.2 percent of companies have adopted NT as their sole NOS.
- A further 21.3 percent have both Netware and NT. This last section
is the target market for NDS for NT.
- Wordwide deployment figures show that Novell has an installed base
of 3.8 million servers and 79 million nodes/users whereas Microsoft
has 2.2 million servers and 44 million nodes/users.

Novell deservedly points out that they still have the largest market
share. Obviously their PR people omit to tell the reader that NT
has been eating their lunch with a much faster growing marketshare
but all is fair in love and marketing war. The survey was done by the
Butler Group over 6289 companies in the UK only.

Now, how does the NT world look from IBM's POV? (point of view)

Big Blue points out that to start with, NT continues to gain ground
in Europe, but it is still mainly used for office automation and
file/print. They state that users are not yet trigger happy to move
their mission critical apps over to NT. The NT challenge is to migrate
from 'Office to Enterprise' They're right, Redmond is well aware of it.

IBM is actually using a study done by International Data Corp., one of
the huge industry research companies. IDC polled 849 companies in
Denmark, France, Germany, Italu and the UK.

NT users praise the OS for its ease of use and the broad availability
of applications. Here are some of the numbers. Compare these to the
Novell data and you'll see some interesting differences.

- 89% of the respondents use, or plan to use Win NT within the next 12
months
- Nearly 80% of sites surveyed rely on multiple OS-es with 10% NT-only
sites and 11% other OS-sites
- 61% said they had no application migration plans to move to NT in the
next 12 months. (i.e. 39% are likely planning to migrate apps to NT)
- 70% use NT for office apps, compared to just 23% that use it for
industry specific software.

Obviously the two studies are not comparing apples to apples, as the
Novell side looks at UK-only and IDC looks at Europe in general. You
can immediately see though that NT has penetrated far deeper in the UK
than it has in EU in general. Also the Butler report does not ask for
the plans for the coming 12 months. But IDC _does_ ask for future plans
and it shows that NT is well on its way to a 90% site penetration in
Europe at the end of 1999.
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4. "NT THIRD PARTY NEWS"

* NEW WIZARD DRIVEN DOMAIN MIGRATION BY VIRTUOSITY V3.0

Domain/Trust and User Management came out as Top Complaint in the
Sunbelt September 1998 Survey. To get ready for NT 5.0 and get rid of
these pesky trust relationship problems, you need to flatten, migrate,
reconfigure (basically simplify) your domain structure. Furthermore,
when companies merge or departments get reorganized, you are forced
to play catch up and need to reassign local groups, global groups and
resources which can take days to do. Virtuosity solves all these
problems in an elegant way by making the process database-driven.

Aelita Software Group announced Virtuosity 3.0, the latest version of
its users and access permissions manager. Virtuosity provides enter-
prise wide reporting and documentation for critical network properties
and settings, including network directory structure, domains, computers,
users, groups, and other security settings. It also offers advanced
database-driven backup and recovery mechanism for these critical
network and security properties and settings.

The new powerful Domain Migration Wizard offers complete domain recon-
figuration solutions for organizations preparing for Windows NT 5.0.
The wizard automates all complex migration procedures necessary for a
successful domain consolidation, by moving user and computer accounts,
recreating global and local group memberships, and adjusting all access
permissions for files and directories. The wizard drastically reduces
the time, resources and ensures safe domain transition with a minimal
impact or your normal operations and users. Get the new (6.8 Meg) V3.0
30-day eval version at: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/virtuos.htm
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* IBM PUBLISHES FREE NT PERFORMANCE TUNING REDBOOK

IBM has just published a book (an IBM "Redbook", so-called because the
printed cover is always red) titled "Netfinity Performance Tuning with
Windows NT 4.0". It covers:

- Performance aspects of server hardware (some specific to IBM's
Netfinity hardware, some not)
- Two monitoring tools (Performance Monitor and IBM's Netfinity
Capacity Manager)
- How to do performance analysis on the major subsystems and what
you can do to fix performance bottlenecks
- Performance aspects of the major server applications, such as SQL
Server, Notes, SAP, Oracle and Exchange

The best part about it is this book is available for free from the IBM
Redbooks web page ( http://www.redbooks.ibm.com ) in Acrobat PDF format.
The easiest way is to go to the web page, and search on "5287" (part
of the IBM book number). The "View Online" link is for the PDF file.
It is also orderable in hard copy (although there will be a 4-6 week
delay while the printers produce them).
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* FREE UTILITY TO ADD, MOVE, CHANGE, DELETE NT USERS

Another goodie I found at the UK show was a new free utility called
UserManameNT-lite. The FREE tool User Management Lite allows an NT
system administrator to create a new user in seconds, including home
directory & share, group memberships and Exchange mailbox.

The problem: The larger a Windows NT site becomes, managing users,
their accounts, home directories, mailboxes and so on becomes the
biggest headache for an NT system administrator. For example, this is
what you would have to do to create a new NT user:

- Create a user account with NT?s User Manager for Domains tool.
- Create a share and set permissions on the share with NT?s Server
Manager tool.
- Create a home directory and set permissions on the home directory
with NT?s File Manager (Explorer) tool.
- This whole process takes at least 10 minutes for each new user, even
for experienced system administrators.

The solution is a nice FREE tool called UserManagemeNT Lite. It does
simplify this process in several ways. Firstly, with UserManagemeNT
Lite you only need one tool to create users instead of three. Secondly,
if you click the task-tab Create user a screen will be shown in which a
new user can be created. You just have to fill in a few blanks and
click the Apply button. After pressing the Apply button, you can
directly create a new user, because UserManagement Lite is a multi-
threaded application. The whole user creation process takes less than
10 seconds with UserManagemeNT Lite. Even for less experienced system
administrators...

This freeware was written by the same developer that did NetServaNT,
and as far as I have understood, the full version of UserManagement
will be a module of NetservaNT. Get your free copy over here:
http://www.tools4nt.com/Products/UserManagemeNT/UserManagemeNT.htm
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* SUNBELT WEB AVAILABILITY PACK (SWAP) 'BUY NOW' WARNING!

When we see a good combination of tools, we now and then bundle them
together with a special price. SWAP is a combo of Convoy, Double-Take
and an Event Log monitor. If you are interested in this combo to create
a fault-tolerant Web- or Intranet server, you have to be quick.

Double-Take is coming out with a new V3.0 and the prices will go up
with that new version per December first. (USA only, we are lagging a
month or two behind Europe in this case, EU already has the new price)
Moreover, as you know Convoy will be combined into NT Enterprise Edit.
and no longer available separately. That will happen per Jan First.
(The Double-Take developer has a new applet out that will let you to 
failover Exchange from any server combination: PDC-BDC,BDC-PDC, 
Member-Member, member-PDC ...)

In other words, the cheapest way to get your hands on SWAP is get it
in the next two weeks or simply pay more. Nothing we can do about that
unfortunately as it's a great package but it will disappear end 1998!
Of course Sunbelt will continue to provide full technical support and
bug fixes if you purchase it through us or our reselller. The time to
act is now: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/swap.htm
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5. "HINTS AND TIPS - TIME SAVERS AND OTHER GOODIES...

* SUBSCRIBER DRIVE - FIND SOME ONE AND GET A HOT FREE TOOL

Know some one that does not read this newsletter yet? Sunbelt started
a 'subscriber drive' with a very special free goodie as a reward...
So, FIRST FIND SOME ONE NOT SUBSCRIBED YET. Then please send them over
to the special Sunbelt URL: http://www.coveryourbutt.com/
so they can pick up their reward for subscribing to NTools E-News. They
will get automatically subbed to the newsletter. The game is that you 
find at least ONE other person not subscribed yet. ONLY THEN CAN YOU GO 
YOURSELF AND GET YOUR OWN FREE COPY. I will personally check if you have
found a new subscriber before you grab your own copy! .


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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............. 46 9/16 60 1/4 27 1/2 39 -2.9%
Citrix Systems........... 77 57/64 76 3/4 36 3/8 +3.3%
Compaq Computer.......... 33 9/16 38 11/16 22 15/16 +4.8%
Computer Assoc........... 44 3/8 61 15/16 26 47 +4.8%
Data Genl................ 16 5/16 21 5/16 7 -13.0%
Dell Computer............ 63 15/16 73 1/2 17 1/2 68 -2.6%
Gateway 2000............. 52 7/8 68 3/4 26 5/8 27 -10.3%
Hewlett Packard.......... 65 1/4 82 3/8 47 1/16 23 +3.1%
IBM...................... 157 7/16 159 7/8 95 5/8 27 +5.0%
Intergraph............... 6 5/8 11 1/8 5 +6.0%
Microsoft Corp........... 110 119 5/8 59 54 +0.6%
NCR Corp................. 35 1/4 38 3/8 23 1/2 33 +1.9%
Network Assoc............ 45 56 7/8 25 1/2 -2.7%
Novell Inc............... 14 5/16 15 3/8 6 13/16 80 -2.1%
Oracle Corp.............. 33 3/16 36 1/8 17 3/4 33 +5.5%
Qualcom Inc.............. 54 7/8 71 15/16 37 3/4 37 -3.6%
Qualix Group Inc......... 5 7/16 6 1/2 0 15/16 -3.3%
Seagate Tech............. 29 5/8 31 1/16 16 1/8 +3.2%
Silicon Graphics......... 12 15/16 16 1/2 7 3/8 +10.1%
Sun Microsyst............ 60 1/8 66 1/2 30 3/8 31 -1.7%
Sybase Inc............... 6 3/8 16 7/16 4 1/2 -8.1%
Symntc................... 16 13/16 32 5/8 8 11/16 20 -2.5%
Unisys Cp................ 27 30 11/16 11 1/2 -2.4%
Dow Jones 30 Industrials. 8,919.59 -0.6%



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7. "Y2K WATCH" Only 410 days to Jan 1, 2000

Sunbelt will shortly come out with some Y2K solutions, both for you
personally and your company. The ramifications of Y2K are potentially
going to affect both your personal level and your business. We have put
together a package that will get you up to date on the latest development
and what your potential level of exposure is. A separate announcement 
with proposed solutions will come in the next few weeks.
-------------------------------

"Regarding the Y2038 bug, there is an interesting article which can be
found on Microsoft's Y2K resource center. Let me point you to the link:
http://www.eu.microsoft.com/technet/topics/year2k/whitepaper/ctime.htm
where they briefly discuss this problem.

The conclusion would then be, that in fact we do have a Y2038-problem,
because the time_t variable is in both ANSI and MFC a 32-bit long int,
which represents the number of seconds elapsed since january 1, 1970.
This behaviour is even documented in the MFC documentation (as the
article states).

The "fun" part of this all is MS's statement (which also can be found
in the article) that "Microsoft chose to place a 35-year timeframe for
our Year 2000 statement of compliance" ... nicely circumnavigated ;-)
Cheers, Stephan"

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