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LISA-NT Conference 4th USENIX Windows Systems Symposium
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Dear Colleague,

One of the most exciting and challenging aspects of network and system administration is the constant change in our environment. Continual exposure to new technologies requires us to quickly learn and adapt. Windows 2000 is the newest challenge. The 3rd Large Installation System Administration of Windows NT/2000 conference will give you the expert knowledge and latest tips to migrate to Windows 2000, and also to successfully administer both Windows NT and 2000.

This year's remarkable program offers a variety of tutorials, talks, and informal gatherings for system and network administrators on topics such as Windows 2000 migration, enterprise-level system management, configuration management, interoperability with existing environments, security, administration, and various applications and languages such as Samba, Perl, and SQL.

Keynote Speaker Marcus Ranum, CEO of Network Flight Recorder, Inc., will speak on the challenge of managing security in very complex environments on "Internet time." William (Bill) Murray, CISSP, Information Systems Security Consultant to Deloitte & Touche, will deliver the closing address on managing security in an environment where, although security is absolutely critical, users and managers mostly take note of uptime and availability.

Regardless of the number of clients on your network or the complexity you face, if you currently manage Windows NT or 2000 or will do so in the future, this is the conference you need to attend. Meeting and discussing projects and issues with your peers will certainly spark your own creativity and ingenuity.

We look forward to seeing you in Seattle.

cox_phil jesper
Phil CoxJesper M. Johansson

Phil Cox, SystemExperts Corp.
Jesper M. Johansson, Boston University
Conference Co-Chairs

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