Hartley seeks Win 2000 plan

Hartley seeks Win 2000 plan

The Defense Department needs to set a policy for use of Microsoft Windows 2000's Active Directory, the chief technology officer at the Defense Information Systems Agency says.

Speaking at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association's TechNet conference in Washington, Dawn Hartley said guidance on Win 2000 Active Directory could help DOD improve systems interoperability. Win 2000 Active Directory lets users access all objects and resources through a single environment with one log-on. Any domain controller on a network can make changes to the directory.

Army officials are deploying Win 2000 on 40,000 systems for the Global Combat Support System-Army.

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