Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Another bump in Microsofts Windows roadmap - Computer Business Review

Another bump in Microsofts Windows roadmap - Computer Business Review: "Microsoft Corp has re-stated plans to ship an updated version of Windows Server 2003 next year, but removed a major security component from the planned operating system.
The Network Access Protection (NAP) program, backed by more than 25 partners when announced earlier this year, is now planned in the Longhorn Server operating system - expected during the 2007 timeframe with a beta in the second half of 2005."
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