Headless Windows
Posted on: 06/02/2000 02:40 AM

WinInfo is reporting that the 32-bit Server edition of "Whistler", the next version of Windows, will offer a "headless" option. It is believed this will allow the product to better compete with Unix-based and embedded systems.
Headless servers operate without a local display, keyboard, or mouse, and management is done remotely over a network. To facilitate this feat, Microsoft is working with hardware makers to create BIOS support for headless servers.
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