Talk:BeyondTrust

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Microsoft's acquisition of DesktopStandard[edit]

DesktopStandard Transition and Support page at M$ Technet says that M$ acquired DesktopStandard in 2006. Is that the same DesktopStandard as the one mentioned in this article? If yes, how could Symark acquire it in 2009?

DesktopStandard article redirects to Group Policy. If both aforementioned firms are the same thing, it should probably be redirected here. — Vano 05:59, 5 October 2009 (UTC)

I don't know this 'M$' you speak of. Did you mean Microsoft? And yes, you're right: if they are the same company, it should be redirected here. --DanielPharos (talk) 10:07, 22 October 2009 (UTC)