As we begin to wrap up our discussion on NT 4.0, keep in mind that in a nutshell, Domain upgrade is a process designed to maintain as much of your current environment as possible, including your domain structure. Domain restructure, on the other hand, is a process designed to allow you to redesign the forest according to the needs of your organization. Though restructure can result in any number of different outcomes, typically the result is some rationalization of the current structure, and perhaps a move to fewer larger domains.

 

Supported Applications

System requirements: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/evaluation/sysreqs/default.mspx.

 

Virtual Server 2005

 Windows Server 2003:

Ever thought of joining an IT Professional group and not been aware of any in your area?  Well here are a few in the southern part of Virginia:

Upcoming events:

     Spring Training Seminar

 

The Richmond, ODU, and VCU Chapters of BDPA are hosting a Microsoft Training Seminar. Kelley DuBois of Microsoft and James Tenney of Prodigy Associates will deliver presentations on Windows XP Service Pack 2 w/Advanced Security Technologies, Understanding Patch Management, and New features of Windows 2003 Server Active Directory.  Take this opportunity to meet other IT professionals throughout the Richmond and Hampton Roads area!  

   

Where: The Session will be held at the Williamsburg Marriott

50 Kingsmill Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185 (757) 220-2500

 

When: Saturday, March 19th, from 12:30 PM to 4 PM.  

 

Cost:  $25 per BDPA Members and $35 for non-members.  BDPA Student price is $15 and non-BDPA student price is only $20. 

Snacks will also be provided.

What's that? You're not a member of BDPA? Join now and receive

the member discount for the seminar!    

 

Register Today!

But hurry! Space is limited to the first 100 registrants. Register today!

Win great door prizes including copies of Windows XP w/SP2.

  

Register at: http://www.bdparichmond.org