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Japanese Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 w/5-Client License - (Retail Box Version)

Japanese Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 w/5-Client License - (Retail Box Version)
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Microsoft Japanese Windows NT Server 4.0 is a true multipurpose server operating system.

A multipurpose operating system does more for less because it integrates a variety of network services that you need to run your business. The services it provides are designed to address customer requirements in every category. And, they are all managed in a single way. No matter what the requirements of your business are, you can configure Japanese Windows NT Server 4.0 to meet them. The Easiest Operating System for your Most Demanding Needs Japanese Windows NT Server is the easiest server operating system for your most demanding business needs. It's so easy to set up you'll be up and running less than an hour after you take it out of the box. It's so flexible, scalable, and compatible you'll realize significantly reduced hardware and software costs. It's so reliable and easy to manage and use you'll experience far less downtime. Windows NT Server is also the only server operating system with Internet, intranet, and communications services built in, so you can integrate the Web right into your business. Its high throughput, increased speed, and top-level security will significantly improve your productivity. And its modular architecture ensures you'll always be able easily to add emerging technologies to your system. Overall, the comprehensive and robust functionality of Japanese Windows NT Server provides you with the best price/performance value of any server operating system on the market.

Changing customer requirements and technological advances have resulted in very substantial updates and enhancements to Microsoftr Windows NTr Server 4.0. In fact, today's Windows NT Server 4.0 is a very different product than the one Microsoft launched in 1996. The core product has matured by virtue of being put to wide use, and Windows NT Server 4.0 has benefited from development work on Windowsr 2000 Server as some Windows 2000 Server availability enhancements have been incorporated into Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4 and later Service Packs. Much has changed since the 1996 launch of Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0. Customer requirements for a server operating system have evolved to include support for applications, Web services, communications, and much more. As most organizations have sought to keep computer system costs down, they have demanded more versatility from their server operating systems. One multipurpose server can often replace several disparate, single-purpose servers--an efficiency that helps simplify and consolidate the computing environment. Further, the server operating system has taken an increasingly critical role in conducting everyday business, and networks and computing systems have grown more complex. Security issues have become more important: As organizations have more of their business wrapped up in the network, they have more to protect.

Since 1996, Windows NT Server 4.0 has been consistently improved, enhanced, and updated to meet those requirements. The result? Today's Windows NT Server 4.0 has become the most comprehensive server operating system, combining best of class application services, file and print services, communications services, and Web services. Yet at the core is a stable code base that has proven to be a strong and versatile performer for organizations of all sizes, earning broad industry support in the form of products and services built around Windows NT Server 4.0. And now, as the vision for Microsoft Windowsr 2000 Server has become clear and more widely understood, the role of Windows NT Server 4.0 as the most efficient path to the future of enterprise computing has similarly become more evident. Service Pack 4, released in October 1998 introduced updates for Windows NT Server 4.0 for Year 2000 issues and euro currency, new management and security features, as well as improvements to the reliability and usability of the product.

Features:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Microsoft Exchange Mail Box
  • Supports Multiple Network Protocols
  • Easy Acess to Internet/Intranet
  • Manages TCP/IP Network


    Product ID: 507     EAN: 4988648045972
    Categories: Localized Prod, Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems, Software - Windows
    Supporting language: Japanese
    Platforms/media types: Localized Windows, CD-Rom
    Specifications: Intel and compatible systems:*
    486/33 megahertz (MHz) or higher, or Pentium, or Pentium PRO processor. 125 megabyte (MB) of available hard disk space minimum.RISC-based systems: *RISC processor compatible with Windows NT Server version 4.0 160 MB of available hard disk space 16 MB of memory (RAM) CD-ROM drive VGA,Super VGA, or video graphics adapter compatible with Windows NT Server4.0 See your reseller for a list of compatible systems and peripherals. Note: The retail version of Windows NT Server 4.0 supports up to four microprocessors out of the box. Support for up to 32 processors is available from your hardware vendor. Networking options Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 works with the following: Microsoft LAN Manager Microsoftr Windowsr for Workgroups operating system, AppleTalk, DECPATHWORKS,IBMLAN Server, IBMSNA networks, The Internet NFSnetworks, Novell NetWare, Remote Access Services by way of ISDN, X.25, and standard phone lines TCP/IP networks, Clients supported: Windows 3.x operating system Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95 operating system Windows 98 operating system Windows NT Workstation Apple Macintosh MS-DOSr operating system OS/2 UNIX (Requires ODBC [Open Database Connectivity] client software from VisigenicSoftware, San Mateo, California.)
  • CPU: 486/25 or Better
  • RAM: 16MB Min
  • HD: 17.5MB Min
  • CD-ROM Drive
  • VGA Monitor
  • The key features introduced with Windows NT Server 4.0 include:

    Microsoft Management Console Microsoft Management console, released with Windows NT Server's built-in Web server, Internet Information Server (IIS) 4.0, combines the administration tasks of IIS into one tool and makes it easy for administrators to create task-based consoles that can be delegated to the appropriate administrator. This provides administrators with one integrated utility for managing their applications and Web environment.

    Windows 95 User Interface The Microsoftr Windowsr 95 operating system user interface has been integrated into Microsoft Windows NTr Server 4.0, making the server interface easier to use and consistent with Windows 95 and Windows NT Workstation 4.0.

    Administrative Wizards Administrative wizards group the common server management tools into a single place and walk you through the steps required for each task.

    Network Monitor A powerful network diagnostic tool, the Network Monitor examines network traffic to and from the server at the packet-level. It can capture network traffic so you can analyze it later, making it easier to solve network problems.

    System Policy Editor and User Profiles These two features allow you to consistently manage and maintain users' desktops. You can use system policies to standardize desktop configurations, enforce behavior and control the user work environment and actions. User profiles contain all user-definable settings for the work environment of a computer running Windows NT. You can store both policies and profiles on a network server, a management feature that always gives users the same desktop regardless of where they log onto the network.

    Task Manager An integrated tool for monitoring applications and tasks,Task Managerreports key performance metrics of the Windows NT-based system. Task Manager provides detailed information on each application and process running on the workstation in addition to memory and CPU usage. Task Manager lets you easily end applications and processes that are not responding, improving system reliability.

    Printing Enhancements Printing performance is improved through server-based rendering of non-Postscript print jobs. This results in a quicker return-to-application time and quicker return of control to the user after a print job is initiated. Printer drivers for shared printers are located on the server for "point-and-print" automatic client driver installation. Remote printer folders allow easier browsing of shared printers.

    Improved Windows NT Diagnostics Tool Windows NT Server 4.0 includes an improved diagnostics program that makes it easy to examine the system. The new version contains information on device driver, network usage, and system resources, such as IRQ, DMA, and IO address. This information is presented in an easy-to-view, graphical tool that can also be run on a remote Windows NT-based system. Performance Improvements File and Printer Sharing Higher network throughput--with up to 66 percent better performance on Fast Ethernet (100Mb/sec) LANs. (Test results from NSTL).

    Improved Scalability Improvements in Windows NT Server 4.0 deliver better performance scalability on multiprocessor systems--especially those with more than four processors. New application programming interfaces (APIs) for server application developers and better server performance deliver improved throughput and scalability for server applications, such as Microsoftr SQL Server.

    Faster Internet Server The combination of Windows NT Server 4.0 and its built-in Web server, Microsoft Internet Information Server 4.0 (IIS), delivers up to 52 percent better Web server performance with Active Server Pages (Microsoft test results).

    Microsoft Index Server 2.0 Microsoft Index Server 2.0, part of IIS 4.0, automatically indexes the full text and properties of files on your server.

    Indexes All Documents: Index Server allows you to query indexes and entire documents on intranet or Internet sites that are stored on an IIS server. The search engine has a unique ability to find documents in a wide variety of formats, such as text in a Microsoftr Word document, statistics on a Microsoftr Excel spreadsheet, or the contents of an HTML page.

    Customizable Query Form: Index Server allows you to create a customized query form enabling end users to customize a search. This form modification allows a user to search using a variety of properties, such as content, author or subject.

    Automatic Maintenance: Index Server was designed for a "zero maintenance" environment where a server must be running 24 hours a day, seven days a week. After you set up Index Server, it will operate automatically, providing automatic updates, index creation and optimization, and crash recovery to protect against a power failure.

    Administrative Tools:A number of built-in tools help you optimize query service. The performance monitoring capability gives you key information to gauge site performance--including the number of queries processed and the response time.

    Multiple Languages: Index Server provides built-in language support allowing end users to query documents in seven different languages including English (U.S. and International), French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish.

    Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) PPTP provides a way to use public data networks such as the Internet to create a virtual private network (VPN) connecting client PCs with servers. PPTP offers protocol encapsulation to support multiple protocols through TCP/IP connections and encryption of data for privacy, making it safer to send information over nonsecure networks. This technology extends the capacity of RAS to enable remote access and securely extend private networks across the Internet without the need to change the client software. Multi-Protocol Router (MPR) This service enables small and medium-sized sites to deploy Windows NT Server as a low cost LAN-LAN routing solution, eliminating the need for a dedicated router. It provides LAN-LAN routing for IPX/SPX, TCP/IP, and AppleTalk. Telephony API 2.0 Windows NT Server has comprehensive telephony support with Telephony API (TAPI) 2.0. TAPI enables development of integrated computer-telephony applications. This makes it easier and less expensive to integrate with legacy phone systems and supporti, telephony applications on industry-standard hardware platforms.