Commentary: How Microsoft went wrong with Active Directory

Windows 2000 Server provides a huge improvement in stability and functionality, but the reception to its Active Directory has been less than lukewarm. Why hasn't it been embraced?

Windows 2000 Server provides a huge improvement in stability and functionality, but the reception to its Active Directory has been less than lukewarm. Why hasn't it been embraced? I've got five reasons. Read the column. -- Jason Perlow, ZDNet Business & Technology

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