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I want to have a good understanding of Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), I'm thinking of setting it up on our XP Pro work stations, we also use Server 2003.

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I want to have a good understanding of Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), I'm thinking of setting it up on our XP Pro work stations, we also use Server 2003.

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DSterling
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You can download a Microsoft paper on BITS at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/techinfo/overview/bits.mspx.
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