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Windows Server -- the core of Microsoft Windows Server system

Oct 13, 2011/ Posted by Justin Garcia
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Windows Server is the core of Microsoft Windows Server System, and it is also server operating system of Windows. Server operating systems generally refer to the operating systems that apply to mainframes, such as web Server, application Server and database Server etc. Meanwhile, Server operating system also can apply to individual computer. Compared to personal edition of operating system, Server operating system should run some extra functions like management, configuration, steady and security and so on.

OphcrackRight now the most widely used Windows server which invented by Microsoft are Windows Server 2008 and Windows 2003. Windows Server 2008 is the latest Windows Server which published in 2008 and Windows Server 2003 is a little bit older that published in 2003.

Compared to 2003, using Windows Server 2008 makes IT experts much better control server and net work infrastructure and they can highly focus on important operation requirement. Besides, Windows Server 2008 has strengthened security by improving operating system and network protection. What's more, Server 2008 has laid a solid foundation for net work infrastructure and server in any companies and organizations. Right now a new edition of Windows Server 2008 comes out named Windows Server 2008 R2 which works more powerful.

Such powerful and common-use Windows Servers, there is no doubt that they would be widely used all over the world. Much work can be done only through them. I do believe many of them have set passwords for their Windows Server. What if an accident happens that people forget Windows Server password? Do you know how to reset Windows Server 2003 password, or how to get Windows Server 2008 password recovery? Only needing to know one way is enough. That is using professional Windows password recovery software. With it, anything about forgotten password can be solved.

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