Microsoft addressing management of .Net platform

Fontana, John
October 2000
Network World;10/23/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 43, p45
Trade Publication
Reports that Microsoft has licensed NetIQ's Operations Manager software for managing its Windows 2000 and .Net Enterprise Servers lines of servers as of October 23, 2000. Terms of the licensing deal; Software licensing's importance for the network management strategy of Microsoft.


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