Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
The system in question is running Server 2003 SP2 Standard Edition. The client PCs are running XP SP3, IE7.0.
The domain policy seems to be set to NOT allow for tabbed browsing from IE7.
I have looked, but could not find what setting(s) I can change to allow tabbed browsing.
What GPO setting(s) are necessary to allow for tabbed browsing?
Thanks for any help
First of all - what an excellent question! I felt challenged to find out and here is what I digged out:
The registry keys responsible for this settings are
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Dec 23, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet
[Read-only Domain controllers.]
2. WDS (windows deployment services) instead of RIS in 2003 server
3. shadow copy for each and every folders
4.boot sequence is changed
5.installation is 32 bit where as 2003 it is 16 as well as 32 bit, that's why installation of 2008 is faster
6.services are known as role in it
7. Group policy editor is a separate option in ads
The main difference between 2003 and 2008 is Virtualization, management.
2008 has more inbuilt components and updated third party drivers Microsoft introduces new feature with 2k8 that is Hyper-V Windows Server 2008 introduces Hyper-V (V for Virtualization) but only on 64bit versions. More and more companies are seeing this as a way of reducing hardware costs by running several 'virtual' servers on one physical machine. If you like this exciting technology, make sure that you buy an edition of Windows Server 2008 that includes Hyper-V, then launch the Server Manger, add Roles.
3) In Windows Server 2008, Microsoft is introducing new features and technologies, some of which were not available in Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1), that will help to reduce the power consumption of server and client operating systems, minimize environmental byproducts, and increase server efficiency.
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 has been designed with energy efficiency in mind, to provide customers with ready and convenient access to a number of new power-saving features. It includes updated support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) processor power management (PPM) features, including support for processor performance states (P-states) and processor idle sleep states on multiprocessor systems. These features simplify power management in Windows Server 2008 (WS08) and can be managed easily across servers and clients using Group Policies
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