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    boot in Win NT mode

    that was..umm..well, I dont know if I can classify the caliber of that post.
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    boot in Win NT mode

    I think maybe the Unix machines to which you are reffering to are ones on their backend systems. But from all appartent outward signs and statistics, statistics used in professional reports, show that their frontend machines running webservers, etc.. are running on the windows 2000 platform and...
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    boot in Win NT mode

    One more!! <b>msn.com is running Microsoft-IIS/5.0 on Windows 2000</b>
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    boot in Win NT mode

    <b>microsoft.com is running Microsoft-IIS/5.0 on Windows 2000</b> Go check it out at netcraft.com Oh did I mention this too: <b>hotmail.com is running Microsoft-IIS/5.0 on Windows 2000</b> hotmail...what a paltry little site :) Oh check out who also runs their servers on...
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