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1. EDITORS CORNER
2. TECH BRIEFING 
* HOW MANY BUGS ARE LEFT IN WINDOWS 2000?
3. NT RELATED NEWS
* WINDOWS 2000 FINALLY RELEASED TO MANUFACTURING
* HOW COME WIN2K IS SO MUCH MORE RELIABLE
* WHY IS WIN2K DRIVER CERTIFICATION SO IMPORTANT?
* WHAT IS THE INDUSTRY SAYING?
* CERTIFICATION NEWS: WHAT'S NEW? 
* MICROSOFT ONLINE SEMINARS
4. NT THIRD PARTY NEWS
* NEW VERSION OF SUNBELT DOMAIN REPORTER
* NT FRAGMENTATION WARS ERUPT AGAIN
* FILESCREEN ALSO STOPS WORM VIRUSES
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1. "EDITORS CORNER" 

Greetings NT-ers,

If you are new to this list, welcome! You are in the good company 
of well over 400,000 colleagues that run NT. You can unsubscribe 
at any time and you will not hear from us again, but I strongly 
suggest you read a few issues before you decide to leave the list. 

Too much exciting NT/2000 related news is happening all the time,
such as Microsoft being the BIG WINNER on the Stock market this
week: a whopping 23.7% increase in stock price coinciding with the 
new release of Windows 2000. 

Warm regards,

Stu Sjouwerman
(Email me with comments at [email protected])

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2. TECH BRIEFING

* HOW MANY BUGS ARE LEFT IN WINDOWS 2000?

So it's finally here. Win2K made its Release To Manufacturing this
week. Took 4 years and over a $billion to get it out the door. The
final build was 2,195. MS states that it is the best thing they
ever produced. Looks like they are right about that. It was known
that some 2000 bugs were still in the first NT4.0 release when it
went out.

There are different kinds of bug classifications. "ShowStoppers" 
are the worst and there is a whole book by that name about the 
development of NT, interesting reading by the way.

The people from Client Server News simply _must_ have a source right
into Microsoft engineering because they just reported that there
are no ShowStoppers left in Win2K. That is REALLY good news. But 
there are different classes and priorities of bugs left. Priority 
One bugs are (in a descending order of severity): two class "D" bugs, 
next are two class "I" bugs, a lowly four "Us" and funnily enough 
a round hundred "others." The Priority 2 bugs count 362, and Priority
three are just 60. 

Only Microsoft Engineering knows exactly which parts are buggy. If 
we add these up, that's 530 known bugs in over 30,000,000 lines of 
code and that is an absolutely great achievement if you know that
code production normally yields about 1 bug per 100 lines of code.
Hats off to the development team! 

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3. "NT RELATED NEWS" 

* WINDOWS 2000 FINALLY RELEASED TO MANUFACTURING

One of the interesting things MS came out with are brand new
benchmarks that show Win2K Pro is 39% faster than Windows 95, 30% 
faster than 98 and 24% faster than NT Workstation 4.0. We'll get
more specific numbers at Feb 17 when the official release is at
the show in San Francisco's MOSCONE Center. Sunbelt will be there
as well. I'll visit too, come and see me at Booth #2000, and pick
up your free CD with a new surprise.

The Upgrade to Win2K will be the Mother Of All Migrations like I
have said several times already. It's a complete overhaul of your
NT 4 enterprise networks. Win2K's final code was not surprising
as we have been looking at it for a while already .

Just because the code is tighter and performance is faster is no
reason to upgrade of course. But Active Directory certainly IS.
AD's long and wide reach is the thing that makes Win2K compelling.
Simplified, think of it as a big Yellow Pages Directory for all
the resources of the network: machines, users, printers, other
peripherals, and any other object available to you from any
location.

AD's security model integrates with the whole enterprise LAN, and
other existing enterprise directories can be integrated into AD.

You should plan your AD roll-out gradually. Read a book about it
before you touch it. You need to figure out how to map your domains 
into the new organizational structure of AD. You will no longer
need any resource domains. The biggest benefit and better headache
reliever than aspirin is the fact that AD enables 'transitive
trust'. Wazzat? If domain A trusts domain B, and domain B trusts
domain C, well, domains A and C trust each other automatically. 
Big deal in large NT environments.

Some Other New Stuff:

IntelliMirror: allows your users to roam from system to system,
and have their personalized settings follow along. BUT, it only
works in a pure Windows 2000 environment. 

Kerberos: In the user authentication module, MS replaced the NT 
LAN Manager (NTLM) protocol with the Kerberos protocol. That will 
strengthen NT's currently somewhat weak log-on process. BUT, you 
can only use Kerberos between Win2K boxes. Older stuff uses NTLM.

MS has improved the NT file system. It causes less contention and
that improves overall throughput. And since the main bottleneck
in current fast-CPU boxes is per definition the slow disk I/O,
these improvements should make expensive I/O operations such as 
database transactions much more efficient.

Win2K also has a new smart feature where it offloads the calculation
of the TCP/IP checksum to the NIC which frees up CPU cycles. CPU-
intensive bench testing shows this clearly. 

What was released was Win2K Pro (replacing NT Workstation) but we
also got Windows 2000 Server (4 CPU support) and the Advanced Server
with 8 CPU support. The Data Center flavor will support 32 CPU's
and we're supposed to see that in Q1 2000. I'm looking forward
to it. More at:

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/1999/Dec99/W2KrtmPR.asp
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* HOW COME WIN2K IS SO MUCH MORE RELIABLE

MS has been analyzing very thoroughly what caused the BSOD's to
occur over the last 4 years. They came out with a series of reasons
causing instability ranging from anti-virus software to core NT 
problems. These are the results that Microsoft recently released:

12% Anti-Virus Software
13% hardware Failure
16% Device drivers
16% Other Third Party Drivers
43% Core NT

A whole series of improvements were implemented to prevent these 
from happening in Win2K. One of the really nice features in Win2K 
is when installing a program that has older versions of DLLs (and 
the installation routine tries to overwrite the newer ones), Win2K 
does not allow that to happen and writes an event log entry for 
each instance. System file protection is a GOOD thing.

We noticed this in the event log when we installed Word 97 on a
Win2K box. (Don't ask why!). Win2K kept the new versions, and logged 
the attempted overwrite of the DLLs. However, despite making it 
idiot-proof for some reason we always seem to keep coming up with 
more ingenious idiots.....
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* WHY IS WIN2K DRIVER CERTIFICATION SO IMPORTANT?

One of the major reasons that NT was crashing was third party drivers.
That is why MS up in Redmond has been holding so called shoot-outs.
They invited all the major driver developers all in a room and told
them to load their drivers with each other. For instance Quota Advisor
and Double-Take's drivers were tested and found compatible. Some
other developers did not fare so well.

If you have a Win2K box, try this. Click on MY COMPUTER, right click
on properties, choose the HardWare Tab. Choose Driver Signing. What
you see there is that MS actually is going to issue certificates to
developers that show their drivers are OK. If the driver you want to
install has no certificate, that can make your Win2K machine unstable
and getting MS tech support may be a problem.

So, MAKE SURE that for Win2K boxes you only use tools with MS 
certified drivers!!
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* WHAT IS THE INDUSTRY SAYING?

PC Week Labs gave it a Thumbs Up and made it an Editor's Choice.
http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/stories/news/0,4153,2410079,00.html

"By receiving the Windows 2000 final code, we can prime the install
processes in our factories to begin delivering it on our server, 
desktop, workstation and notebook systems," said Carl Everett, 
senior vice president, DELL Personal Systems Group. "This is a major 
step as we move closer to the delivery of Win2000 to our customers." 

"We truly believe that the Windows 2000 platform is ideal to meet 
the needs of businesses today, especially in this e-commerce 
economy," said Enrico Pesatori, Senior Vice president and Group 
General Manager, Enterprise Solutions and Services Group, Compaq 
Computer Corporation. "Based on that belief, we have placed 
significant emphasis on preparing our products and services to meet 
market demand so our customers can be successful from day one." 

We'll keep you up to date when more in-depth data about the final
version comes available.
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* CERTIFICATION NEWS: WHAT'S NEW? 

The co-author of our book 'Win NT Power Toolkit' Ed Tittel made the
following wise remarks. (http://www.sunbelt-software.com/stubook.htm)
Grateful acknowledgement to the Exam Cram Newsletter and if you do
not get it yet you should, check out http://www.coriolis.com/eci/

The Certification Year in Review

It certainly has been a big year in the certification market. On top 
of the announced retirement of the Windows NT 3.51 and Windows NT 4.0 
MCSE exams (on June 30, 2000 and December 31, 2000, respectively), 
1999 was the year that Microsoft finally climbed to the top of the 
numbers heap, with MCP counts surpassing CNP (Certified Novell Pro) 
counts for the first time ever. In fact, it was very much a year for 
new exams and for revamping or re-emphasizing existing certification 
programs:

* Novell introduced its Certified Directory Engineer credential,
foreshadowing what I believe will be a busy area of certification in 
years to come, as more and more organizations turn to directory 
services to help manage, maintain, and simplify their networks.

* Cisco completely revamped its certification program and most 
of its exams, building a bona fide certification ladder to start 
people at an entry level Cisco Certified Network Associate level, 
and help them advance to higher-level design or Internet professional 
certs.

* Oracle extended the life of its Oracle 7 exams, to keep the 
installed base happy, while continuing promotions and development 
of its Oracle 8 exams.

* CompTIA added Network+ and beta tested iNet+, to extend its battery 
of vendor neutral exams. The jury's still out on the new tests, but 
there's no doubt that CompTIA wants to extend and improve its exam 
business.

* The ERP vendors--particularly SAP, JD Edwards, and Baan, put a 
major push behind their elite certifications, as more and more medium 
and large business switched their operations into such environments. 
Two or three years ago, professional IT certification was an observable
phenomenon, and most people knew somebody who was certified or getting
certified. Today, individuals with multiple certifications are common, 
basic certifications are essential for certain job slots, and at least 
one out of three professionals in most organizations are either 
certified already or well on their way.

What Will a New Millennium Bring?

If I really knew the answer to this question, I wouldn't have to write 
it down, but that won't stop me from making what I hope are a few well-
educated guesses:

1. Windows 2000 certification will start slowly, but should build a 
good head of steam by Q4, 2000. I expect that as many as 10,000 MCSE's 
will re-certify by taking the 70-240 Accelerated exam and one of the 
three Designing exams (70-219, 70-220, or 70-221--see the Windows 2000 
MCSE requirements at
http://www.microsoft.com/train_cert/mcp/certstep/mcse.htm
before the end of year 2000.

2. Cisco certification looks to continue its untarnished reputation as
the premier certification brand--at least for CCIE--for the foreseeable 
future. SAP certification is coming on strong in this very fast lane 
as well.

3. Telecom, WAN, and Internet access credentials should become 
increasingly important as more organizations take their businesses 
online. There's lots of potential for certifications on Web technologies,
e-commerce, network and Internet security, and other hot areas, if 
only clear leaders in these various topics can emerge.

4. Linux certification will stay active, and it will be fascinating 
to see how the Linux Professional Institute, led by the astute and 
able Dan York, will play off against the well-funded alliance between 
SAIR, Inc. and Sylvan Prometric whose URL is www.linuxcertification.org. 
It will also be interesting to see if Red Hat can hang onto its market
dominance in an increasingly crowded marketplace.

5. Sun plans to release a Java 3 specification in 2000, and I'm guessing
that updates to their programmer and developer certifications will follow
sometime soon thereafter. The Java 2 certs have been very popular, and I
expect Java 3 to be no different.

All in all, I think it's going to shape up to be a great year for
certification, with more options and opportunities for employers, 
employees, and testing centers than ever before!

Thanks Ed and Coriolis!
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* MICROSOFT ONLINE SEMINARS

MS has a whole slew of very interesting ONLINE seminars that you can
simply fire up from your browser and study. Helps to have a sound
card though, as this is full multimedia and streams both audio and 
video. Very useful! I have a surprise waiting for all of you
regarding this but cannot say anything yet. First, check out this
part of the MS website and choose the topic you want to study.
http://www.microsoft.com/seminar/1033/Index/MasterIndex.htm

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4. NT THIRD PARTY NEWS

* NEW VERSION OF SUNBELT DOMAIN REPORTER

We have released Sunbelt Domain Reporter version 2.53. The known
issues have been updated in the readme.txt that is packaged with 
the install of the product. 

The Sunbelt Domain Reporter generates automated and customizable 
reports quickly and easily from historic and real-time data from 
multiple, enterprise-wide Windows NT domains, and Exchange Server 
application directories. 

With Sunbelt Domain Reporter you can:

- Tighten your network security on both Win NT and Exchange so 
you can pass security audits. 
- Proactively report on network objects and dramatically reduce 
your time spent on doing the regular inventory 
- Enable enforcement of naming conventions and standards so your 
administration and migration to Windows is easier 
- Find out who has full domain Admin Rights 
- Create a historic database of reports so you can "go back in 
time" to find the cause of problems 
- Schedule your favorite reports to run off peak hours 
- Have current and reliable data on all domain settings 
- Track changes on all your domains 
- Have all those reports that the security guys ask for available 
with just two clicks
- SDR provides a repository for your favorite administrative 
reports, enabling fast and easy access to report and scoped 
report creations. 

30-day eval at: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/sbdomrep.htm
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* NT FRAGMENTATION WARS ERUPT AGAIN

It's very interesting to see the developments in this market.
Diskeeper has been taking the lead right from the start, but
Symantec took its time after a relatively weak version 1.0
and came out recently with a new version of SpeedDisk that 
is comparable to market leader Diskeeper. I did a comparison 
a little while ago that is still valid:
http://www.sunbelt-software.com/nsdkcomp.htm

SpeedDisk features some things that no other defragger does
currently: online defragging of the Master File Table and
the Paging File. Other defraggers do this at boot time. And
there is one more advantage, SpeedDisk does not need reboots.

But just this week though, something came through first from 
MS and the next day from Executive Software. They claimed it 
is unsafe to defrag the page file or MFT online. Why? Symantec's
online defrag routine works underneath the OS and does not 
use the MS 'movefile' API.

That is of course something that would play into Diskeeper's
advantage. So I checked the MS Knowledge Base and lo and
behold it was in there on Thursday. But obviously some people 
in Symantec were not happy. When I checked on Saturday the page 
was gone again!! There were no remnants of it left in the MS
knowledge base. 

I can only speculate on what happened but I think some hot
phone calls between Symantec and Microsoft were exchanged . 
Ah, the politics, noise and fury of competition!

Anyway, the IRS has ordered 130,000 copies each of Symantec's 
Norton AntiVirus, SpeedDisk and Ghost and 5,000 each of 
Norton Utilities and pcAnywhere, so I cannot really believe
SpeedDisk is unsafe. I tried it on my own system running
Service Pack 6 with a 10% fragged drive C and it zoomed
along fine. My system is definitely zippier. Both defraggers
seem to do a good job. You just need to choose the flavor
that fits best with your environment.

I also was alerted to something else. Windows 2000 comes
with a bare bones version of Diskeeper built in. You cannot
schedule it, but now there is some freeware that allows you
to do that. It's a workaround of course and I guess there
will be more of these type tools created next year. It's
here: http://www.morphasys.com/autodefrag/

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* FILESCREEN ALSO STOPS WORM VIRUSES

Last issue we introduced FileScreen. It allows you to stop
certain files being saved on your NT machines. But it can
also do something else: stop worms.

In addition to your standard virus protection programs, 
WQuinn's FileScreen 2000 offers additional protection from 
Worm viruses on your Windows NT/2000 desktops and servers. 
The Explore.Zip virus has been modified to avoid most anti-
virus programs, but it can't beat FileScreen 2000.

Although FileScreen 2000 is not an Anti-Virus program, it 
was designed to block thousands of different file types -
including .mp3, .pdf, .zip, .mov, and more. You can also 
block files by name. By using FileScreen 2000, network 
administrators can prevent known worm-virus files from being
written to your Windows NT/2000 based Servers and Desktops 
by designating the worm-virus file name as a restricted 
file name.

A 30 day evaluation copy of FileScreen 2000 is available 
on our website. Please feel free to download and use the
product to get you through the new year. We have created 
a special registry setting that includes the Melissa worm
virus definitions. Check our Knowledge Base for this.

http://www.sunbelt-software.com/filescreen.htm

Read more about the latest worm virus on MSNBC
http://www.msnbc.com/news/341096.asp

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5. HINTS AND TIPS

This is a great website --you have to register (free) but man there 
are some very good books on that site. I think it would be of 
interest to any NT-er. I have spent several hours.
http://www.informit.com/
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Keyboard Guides: If you need the specifics on the Win NT keyboards
and/or have people with eyesight problems in your company this may
come in handy:
http://www.microsoft.com/enable/products/windocs.htm
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"Wipro UWIN" is a useful tool that allows you to run Unix on NT.
Only $79 so you cannot lose. Check out this site:
http://www.wipro.com/uwin 
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Looking for a DVD driver for your NT box? Try http://www.margi.com 
They have an NT 4.0 driver for their DVD-to-GO PCCARD. The cost is
something like 50 bucks and I hear good things about it. You can
download their beta for free. The card itself goes for around $285
and is a good, but a bit expensive, solution for NT4.

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6. "THE NT STOCK WATCH" Closing Friday December 17, 1999. 
Check out Microsoft. That is an enormous increase in market cap in
just a few days. 

52 WK 52 WK P/E WEEK
SECURITY CLOSE HIGH LOW RATIO CHNG
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Advanced Micro Devices... 28 13/16 33 14 9/16 -1.4%
BMC Software............. 72 5/8 84 1/16 30 63 +3.7%
Citrix Systems Inc....... 123 11/16 122 26 1/2 +13.4%
Compaq Computer.......... 25 3/8 51 1/4 18 1/4 45 +1.2%
Computer Associates...... 59 5/8 69 11/16 32 1/8 47 -4.4%
Data Return Corporation.. 30 9/16 35 7/8 13 3/4 -6.5%
Dell Computer............ 45 9/16 55 31 3/8 76 +10.1%
EMC Corp................. 96 5/8 98 1/2 40 3/8 96 +2.3%
Electronic Data Systems C 59 1/4 70 44 1/8 57 -11.8%
Gateway Inc.............. 73 5/8 84 25 1/2 55 +7.2%
Hewlett Packard Co....... 105 1/4 118 7/16 63 3/8 32 -3.4%
Intergraph Corp.......... 4 11/16 10 1/4 3 3/16 +10.3%
International Business Ma 109 139 3/16 80 7/8 26 0.0%
Legato Systems Inc....... 73 1/2 79 1/2 15 1/8 +3.5%
Micron Electronics Inc... 12 1/8 22 5/8 9 32 +15.4%
Microsoft Corp........... 115 1/4 115 63 7/8 75 +23.7%
Mission Critical Software 69 1/4 77 5/8 16 +11.4%
NCR Corp................. 31 55 3/4 26 11/16 21 -6.0%
NetIQ Corporation........ 52 7/8 65 14 3/4 -2.9%
Network Associates Inc... 25 1/8 67 11/16 10 1/16 -8.2%
Novell Inc............... 24 5/8 31 3/16 16 1/16 45 +17.9%
Oracle Corp.............. 90 11/16 91 7/16 21 93 +7.3%
Qualcomm Incorporated.... 455 440 24 1/2 +16.3%
Seagate Technology....... 44 5/16 44 3/4 25 1/8 10 +14.1%
Silicon Graphics......... 9 11/16 20 7/8 6 7/8 -17.5%
Sun Microsystems Inc..... 75 1/8 82 15/16 18 7/8 85 -8.3%
Sybase Inc............... 17 1/2 19 13/16 5 5/16 70 -0.2%
Symantec Corp............ 55 5/8 69 5/16 12 1/2 43 -4.6%
Unisys Corp.............. 30 15/16 49 11/16 20 15/16 19 -9.0%
Veritas Software Corp.... 117 15/32 116 17 5/8 +7.7%
Dow Jones 30 Industrials. 11,257.43 +0.2%


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