|MadSci Network: Computer Science|
Yes. There are several versions of Win2000, from professional to data center, and they all support some level of multi-processors. The lower versions can support at least 2 processors and the most robust allow up to, I believe 8 or 16 processors. Still behind UNIX/Solars, etc, but new heights for windows. The OS will support the multi-processing environment, but not necessary all applications will, so if one is going to deploy a server architecture with applications, you need to see what level of multi-processor support those applications offer.
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