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Windows Server 2008 Earns IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2

Windows Server 2008 Earns IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2

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Untitled-1We recently announced that Windows Vista received its IPv6 Ready logo from the IPv6 Consortium and University of New Hampshire - InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL). Today we are proud to announce that Windows Server 2008 has received its Phase 2 logo on Jan 18, 2008.  The Phase 2 logo is based on a rigorous examination which is focused on daily professional use of IPv6, and examines compliance to both MUST and SHOULD statements in a wide set of scenarios.

You can verify the IPv6 Phase 2 logo here (Newest entries are at the bottom of the page)

  • Just a quick note that Windows Server 2008 is now IPv6-Ready Phase 2 certified. I have a test 2008 server running, and I've been impressed with it so far. Kudos to MS for making the Server 2008 release candidate...

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