From: Greg Langham (greg_at_psnet.net)
Date: Tue Mar 07 2000 - 18:38:25 EST
Development purposes, mainly. If you need various server products running on
your Thinkpad while designing apps, it works well. By server products I mean
some version of IIS, SQL Server, Oracle, etc.
Basically your machine would be acting as both the client and the server.
From: James H. E. Maugham [mailto:CaptJHEM_at_waterw.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 5:34 PM
To: Kathe Robin
Cc: Thinkpad List
Subject: RE: Opinion: Windows Millenium and Windows 2000 Pro
Max/Kathe Robin [mailto:kathe_at_cheatriver.com] wrote:
> As a user of Windows NT 4.0 Server on several TP, I recommend that you
> install SP5 or SP6a. I found that SP5 corrected a lot of small
> interface problems which resulted in crashes, garbage screens, etc.
I'm probably going to get in trouble, but I just _gotta_ ask.
Why would you run NT4 Server on a laptop? Why not Client?
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