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ALSO CALLED: Microsoft NT, NT, Microsoft Windows NT
DEFINITION: Windows NT is a Microsoft Windows personal computer operating system designed for users and businesses needing advanced capability. NT's technology is the base for the Microsoft successor operating system, Windows 2000. Windows NT (which may originally have stood for "New Technology," although Microsoft doesn't say) is actually two products: Microsoft NT Workstation and Microsoft NT Server. The  … 
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Best Practices for NT to Active Directory Migration
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WHITE PAPER: This document provides best practices for migration from NT to Active Directory. Note that it is not a substitute for Aelita Domain Migration Wizard's User's Guide and on-line help, which contain detailed information on the tool and its options.
Posted: 01 Apr 2008 | Published: 22 Nov 2005

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WINDOWS NT DEFINITION (continued): …  Workstation is designed for users, especially business users, who need faster performance and a system a little more fail-safe than Windows 95 and Windows 98. The Server is designed for business machines that need to provide services for network-attached computers. The Server is required, together with an Internet server such as Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS), for a Windows system that plans to serve Web pages. Windows NT Workstation: Microsoft says that 32-bit applications run 20% faster on this system than on Windows 95 (assuming both have 32 megabytes of RAM). Since older … 
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