> Microsoft's director of marketing on the subject of this restriction,
> "We don't support [Workstation] as a server. It's not designed to be
> a server, and we're concerned that customers might be using it for
> something it wasn't designed to do well."
It's the same bleeding operating system. Does Microsoft think we're *stupid*
or something? Or are they saying that *NT* wasn't designed as a server? I'll
believe that... normally servers don't require rebooting if you add an entry
to their DNS list. Or make any *other* change to their configuration.
I agree: if you want a reliable webserver you'd be better off with something
designed as a server. Like, maybe, FreeBSD and Apache.