This white paper provides an overview of
the upgrade process and outlines some of the basic decisions to
consider—whether you are upgrading an existing system, performing a new
installation, or carrying out a migration.
Upgrading from Windows NT Server 4.0 to
Windows Server 2003
Included in this document is an overview
of the upgrade process as well as information on some of the basic
decisions you will need to make during the process—whether you are
upgrading an existing system, or performing a new installation.
Technical Overview of Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 includes
Shadow Copies of Shared Folders to help prevent inadvertent loss of
data. Shadow Copies of Shared Folders helps alleviate data loss by
creating shadow copies of files or folders that are stored on network
file shares at predetermined time intervals.