Vista's security will be pain in the neck

Wednesday, 10 May 2006, 1:07 AM EST

Windows Vista's new security features will so annoy users that Microsoft won't meet its goal of 400 million copies in two years, a research analyst said Monday.

Although Microsoft touts Vista as its most secure operating system ever and is relying on security as a prime marketing message to corporations, the Yankee Group's Andrew Jaquith sees it as somewhat of an albatross.

At CRN.

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