Managing Windows XP in a Windows 2000 Server Environment

Deploying clients running the Windows XP operating system into a Windows 2000 Server environment provides administrators with new options, policy settings, and capabilities to manage desktops throughout an organization.

Intended for organizations that have already deployed or are planning to deploy the Active Directory service, this article helps administrators manage policy settings for computers running Windows XP, the successor to Windows 2000 Professional. Many new features of Windows XP, such as Remote Assistance, Windows Media Player, and Error Reporting come with their own Group Policy settings that administrators can use to customize and standardize configurations for users and computers across the network.

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