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Evaluating Existing Network Infrastructure

All aspects of the existing network infrastructure will be impacted by a Windows 2000 migration. This includes switches, hubs, routers, and other items connected to the network. Windows 2000 generates lots of network traffic. How much traffic, you ask? As an example, the simple act of authorizing a DHCP server in AD generates a ton of network traffic.

So how do we go about evaluating our existing network infrastructure?

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