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Comparing Unix to Windows 2003

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I have a presentation to give at work on the comparison of Windows 2003 ( advanced server edition) and Unix.  
Any helpful insights or links to web pages comparing the two would be most appreciated.  I am technically challenged when it comes to all flavors of UNIX.
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If you are also considering linux check this:
http://www.veritest.com/clients/reports/microsoft/ms_netbench.pdf

If you will use it as a File Server as well, check this:
http://www.michaelhorowitz.com/Linux.vs.Windows.html


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