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Thread began 1/22/2010 10:09 pm by neilo | Last modified 1/24/2010 8:57 pm by neilo | 1597 views | 8 replies

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I was a Microsoft partner for years and never got a Windows server working the way I wanted it to. When I made the move from Novel Netware to Windows, I couldn't find a single consultant that was able to eliminate all errors in the logs. They said it was just part of the territory.

I started installing Linux servers instead of Windows servers and never looked back. The clients loved them, and I loved them because they were so much easier to support.

At one time there was a call for corporations to abandon IIS completely because it was considered impossible to make secure.

For the desktop, I still use Windows XP behind a Linux firewall and that works fine. I just don't trust Windows servers. Why pay extra for that level of frustration?

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