windows 2000 server performance
Posted on 2003-11-15
I have a windows 2000 server and 6 work stations using DSL connection for internet and 10/100 auto unmanaged switch for network connection.
Also, the server has 2 scsi hard disks with Raid 0 and 100mb network card and made by DELL(Power Edge).
Because of the XP logon problem, I couldn't setup the active directory service instead I just using file shareing from the server.
Currently, we are running MS Access & Quickbook from windows 2000 server.
I'd like to know whether there is a performance(speed) difference between file sharing and active directory server.
It seems like that the application is little bit running slower than I expected but internet connection is fine.
Thanks for any help !!!