In order to take advantage of new features in Windows 2000 and IIS 5.0, you must first migrate your Windows NT 4.0-based ASP applications to Windows 2000. This article provides a multi-step migration plan. It discusses how to install and configure IIS 5.0, set up security, migrate MTS packages to COM+ applications, and handle differences in the ASP object models. Also included are guidelines for setting up Visual Basic and Visual C++ for development in Windows 2000 and information on what to expect when moving ASP components to the new OS.
MSDN Magazine August 2000
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