Linux for Windows administrators with Delixus 8.0

Monday, 8 September 2003, 2:17 PM EST

This is going to be an interesting review for us at Mad Penguin, as the software in question directly relates to Windows and/or Windows administrators. So why should you (or we) be interested? Because this is one pretty cool piece of software.

What makes it so special is the fact that it makes administering a Linux server almost seemless to the Windows environment most people are used to. Even though I would not be inclined to use the software, I would definitely recommend it to clients who would like to make the switch to Linux but do not have the appropriate amount of 'Linux knowledge' in-house. Either that or they simply lack the budget to acquire that knowledge through training or hiring capable staff.

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