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Microsoft's page at www.microsoft.com/servers/default.mspx lists the following server products:

• Antigen • Application Center • BizTalk Server • Client Security • Commerce Server • Content Management Server • Data Protection Manager • Exchange Server • ForeFront • Forms Server • Groove Server • Host Integration Server • Identity Integration Server • ISA Server • Live Communications Server • Operations Manager • Project Server • SharePoint Portal Server • Speech Server • SQL Server • System Center • Systems Management Server • Virtual Server • Windows Server • Windows Server Update Services • Windows Small Business Server • Windows Storage Server

Unless there are objections, we should change the article to reflect Microsoft's classification - with exception of the Past and discontinued Server products, of course. Currently the article's classification is not precise, and include some of the server products which aren't part of Windows Server System (there are servers in Office, for example).

Wikiolap 05:02, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Moved the page. Its suggested that the category "Windows Server System" be changed to "Microsoft Servers". :) --Noypi380 05:50, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

COI designation[edit]

OrangeMike - I don't mean any disrespect, but I feel your flag of COI given Gwenz's contribution is misplaced. While Gwenz is potentially a COI regarding Windows Essentials, s/he has only made a small change to this article, and really only changed the name of the Essentials product. I'm removing your COI tag. Christopher G Lewis (talk) 03:40, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

Overhaul[edit]

I made the following changes:

  • Update and organize the list of software and technology
  • Update wording
  • Delete the Other technologies section which is absolutely false

All of these maybe sourced on Microsoft's official website.Jasper Deng (talk) 05:04, 20 February 2011 (UTC)

Did MS ever have a bCommerce service that was discontinued?[edit]

If anyone knows whether or not MS ever had a bCommerce service, could you add that to the Discontinued section? I believe they did, but a few minutes of searching failed to turn up confirmation of that. Bob Enyart, Denver KGOV radio host (talk) 13:59, 25 April 2015 (UTC)