Windows NT 4

Windows NT 4

(operating system)
A version of Microsoft's Windows NT operating system, originally code named "Cairo". It was supposed to ship in the first half of 1995. Details are scarce, but it is intended to provide an object-oriented version of Windows.
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Our test environment for the PeAk 8Pak autoloader included the following: Novell NetWare 5.0 server, Novell NetWare 3.12 server, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 server, PC and Mac Platform Workstations.
The NetIQ Administration Suite provides secure distributed administration and configuration reporting capabilities for Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, Active Directory, Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000, NTFS and other Windows-based resources.
The software is available on Windows NT 4 and Windows 2000 platforms and UNIX workstations.
The WebApp development process begins with WebApp Studio, a powerful IDE that runs on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95 and/or 98.
The second new system - the ProLiant HA/F500 - is a stretched cluster for Windows NT 4.0 that allows servers and storage components to be separated by up to 10km and offers a special failure system to minimise data loss and downtime.
-- Printing support for any Windows NT 4.0-compliant printer
DeviceLock requires Windows NT 4.0 (for x 86 or ALPHA platforms), 8 MB of RAM, and a hard drive with 1 MB of hard disk space.
Microsoft Corp yesterday added new services to Windows NT 4.0 that the company claims will improve the clustering capabilities of the software for high-end e-commerce environments.
Microsoft has posted patches on its Website for the Windows 3.x and Windows95 File Managers to correct Y2K date display problems ("The Year 2000 FAQ" (Version 2.3, May 5, 1998), from ftp://www.year2000.com/pub/ year2000/y2kfaq.txt, states that Windows NT 4.0 and Windows98 do not exhibit a date rollover problem.) The patches can be downloaded (see the chart above).
According to Microsoft, both Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 provide a common base of functionality, including ease of use, power, connectivity and manageability.
In addition, NetIQ have released updated versions of its Exchange Migrator and NetIQ NetWare Migrator products, Th NetIQ Migration Suite which can incilitate the move from Windows NT 4, Exchange 5.5 or Novell NetWare include.