Minasi then then shot off a laundry list of features he considered to be compelling enough to upgrade to Windows 2000: Plug and Play, offline folders, home directories, and the encrypting file system. But Minasi also cautioned that implementers should carefully weigh the higher hardware costs and a few of Win2K's nagging reliability issues, such as periodic slowdowns and incomplete shutdowns, before taking steps to rollout on an enterprise level.
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