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 Why choose Windows for you dedicated server?
Microsoft has long been the leader in the operating system and application market place. With a majority of all desktops and LAN servers in the business workplace being predominantly Microsoft it is easy to say it is the standard for business applications. Powerful server technologies from Microsoft such as Exchange and Sharepoint Portal enable organizations to optimize their business effectiveness, from high-performance clustered servers to Web based applications.


Dotnoc provides service and support for windows 2003 and windows 2008 servers including Exchange and Sharepoint portal server.

¤ Windows 2008 Server all versions
¤ Windows 2003 Server standard and Enterprise
¤ Windows 2003 Small business edition

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 Windows Components
Standard server components
¤ Active Directory
¤ User Authentication
¤ File Sharing/Server
¤ Remote Desktop Administration
¤ DNS, DHCP
¤ ASP.NET Hosting
¤ Sharepoint services
¤ IIS, SMTP, POP3, ASP.NET, FrontPage

Additional server components
¤ Sharepoint Portal
¤ Exchange server
¤ Terminal Server
¤ ISA Server
¤ SQL Server
¤ Remote server support


 Comparing Windows 2003 server editions

*Window 2003 server edition at a glance
Windows Server 2003 contains core technologies that build on the strengths of Windows 2000 Server to deliver a superior and cost-effective server operating system. The windows 2003 server platform supports both 32bit and 64bit processors.

¤ High Availability - The Windows Server 2003 operating system provide improved availability through enhanced clustering support and Windows network load balancing. Clustering services have become essential for organizations deploying critical e-commerce and line-of-business applications.
¤ Scalability - The Windows Server 2003 operating systems provide scalability through scale-up, enabled by symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), and scale-out, enabled by clustering. Internal tests (by Microsoft) indicate that compared to Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003 delivers up to 140 percent better performance in server features such as Active Directory and File/Web services.
¤ Security - Businesses have extended the traditional local area network (LAN) by combining intranets, extranets, and Internet sites. As a result, increased system security is now more critical than ever before. As part of the Microsoft commitment to reliable, secure, and dependable computing, the company has intensely reviewed the Windows Server 2003 operating systems to identify possible fail points and exploitable weaknesses. Windows Server 2003 provides many important new security features and improvements including The common language runtime and IIS security enhancements.
¤ ASP.NET - For deploying Web services and applications rapidly.
¤ Remote Desktop for Administration - Provides remote access to the desktop of any computer running a product in the Windows Server 2003 family.
¤ Internet Information Services 6.0 - . To increase Web server security, Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 is configured for maximum security out of the box. IIS 6.0 and Windows Server 2003 provide the most dependable, productive, connected, and integrated Web server solution with fault tolerance, requesting queuing, application health monitoring, automatic application recycling, caching, and more. These are among the many new features in IIS 6.0 that enable you to conduct business securely on the Web.


*Windows small business edition at a glance
Windows small business edition was designed for small organizations and departmental use, Windows Server 2003, delivers secure Internet connectivity and Web solutions that connect employees, partners, and customers. Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, provides high levels of dependability, scalability, and security. Features include:

¤ IIS 6.0 - Which provides a robust architecture for building and publishing secure Web applications.
¤ Exchange server - Streamlined, professional e-mail system. Includes Microsoft Outlook Web Access to access e-mail through the Web.
¤ Sharepoint services - Team collaboration web site for sharing documents, calendars, and tasks. Sharepoint services also includes an extremely powerful web administrator interface to manage your sharepoint portal website.
¤ Office Outlook - A unified place to manage and organize e-mail messages, schedules, contacts, and other personal and team information.
¤ ASP.NET - For deploying Web services and applications rapidly.
¤ Remote Desktop for Administration - Provides remote access to the desktop of any computer running a product in the Windows Server 2003 family.
¤ Network Load Balancing - Network Load Balancing is a Windows network component that uses a distributed algorithm to load-balance Internet Protocol (IP) traffic across a number of hosts, helping to enhance the scalability and availability of mission-critical, IP-based services, such as Terminal Services, Web services, virtual private networking, and streaming media. It also provides high availability by detecting host failures and automatically redistributing traffic to the surviving hosts.


*Windows Web Edition at a glance
Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Web Edition is a part of the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 family. It is an easy-to-manage server operating system that is optimized to be a complete Web hosting package. Features include:

¤ IIS 6.0 - Which provides a robust architecture for building and publishing secure Web applications.
¤ ASP.NET - For deploying Web services and applications rapidly.
¤ Remote Desktop for Administration - Provides remote access to the desktop of any computer running a product in the Windows Server 2003 family.
¤ Web Interface - For configuring and managing a server from a remote client, including creating and deleting Web sites, configuring network settings, setting disk quotas, managing local user accounts, and restarting the Web server.
¤ Network Load Balancing - Network Load Balancing is a Windows network component that uses a distributed algorithm to load-balance Internet Protocol (IP) traffic across a number of hosts, helping to enhance the scalability and availability of mission-critical, IP-based services, such as Terminal Services, Web services, virtual private networking, and streaming media. It also provides high availability by detecting host failures and automatically redistributing traffic to the surviving hosts.


Some information about Microsoft server may have been referenced from http://www.microsoft.com where you can find more information on the microsoft operating system and its products.
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