Earlier this week a number of users voiced concerns over "difficult management" within Windows networks based on the Active Directory of Windows 2000.
Consultants have now told CW360.com they plan to charge a premium for maintaining Active Directory installations. Users have also been advised to budget for third-party management tools to make the Active Directory more manageable.
reaper: Love it this is not the first time ask Steve Jobs
Microsoft was found guilty of software piracy last year by a French court, according to facts unearthed today by the geek community.
But the Redmond giant's conviction and three million franc (£285,000) fine somehow managed to escape the headlines. In fact, until today the only place the story has appeared is in French newspaper Le Monde Informatique.