Windows Server 2003 Standard 5-Client
Windows Server 2003 Standard 5-Client.
Designed for small
organizations and departmental use, Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition,
delivers intelligent file and printer sharing, secure Internet connectivity,
centralized desktop policy management, and Web solutions that connect employees,
partners, and customers. Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, provides high
levels of dependability, scalability, and security.
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, takes the best of
Windows 2000 Server technology and makes it easier to deploy, manage, and use.
The result is a highly productive operating system that is secure, reliable,
highly available, and scalable.
Windows Server 2003 Features:
- Advanced networking features such as Internet Authentication Service (IAS),
the Network Bridge feature, and Internet Connection Sharing (ICS).
- Four-way symmetric multiprocessing (SMP).
- Four gigabytes (GB) of RAM.
- License Qty - 1 server, 5 clients
- XML Web services. IIS 6.0 security settings are enforced during setup by
default to ensure that only required services are running. This change from
earlier versions significantly reduces initial security risks. Using the IIS
Security Lockdown wizard, server functionality is enabled or disabled based on
the administrator's requirements.
- Directory services. Active Directory security settings for users and network
resources span from the core to the edge of the network, helping you make a
secure end-to-end network a reality.
- Update management. The Auto Update feature provides the ability to
systematically download critical operating system updates, such as security
fixes and security patches. Administrators select when to install these critical
operating system updates.
- Internet firewall. Connecting to the Internet is more secure with the
built-in Internet Connection Firewall. The integration of an Internet Firewall
in the operating system also reduces capital costs necessary to connect to the
- Remote access. Dial-up users can be quarantined via administrator policy.
They can be prevented from accessing the network until their system is verified
to have administrator-specified software, such as virus detection updates.
- Server hardware support. Driver verifiers check new device drivers to help
keep the server up and running. Application verification. Applications running
on Windows Server 2003 can be tested and verified using the Application Verifier
tool, which detects subtle discrepancies, such as software heap corruptions and
- File services. Windows Server 2003 performance has increased considerably
since Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 and Windows 2000 Server.
- Assisted support. Microsoft incident submission and management allows users
to submit electronic support incidents to Microsoft, collaborate with support
engineers, and manage submitted incidents from Windows Server 2003.
- Server event tracking. Administrators can create accurate reports of uptime
using the new server shutdown tracker, which records Windows events for server
shutdowns in a log file.