In preparation for the April Fool's contest we're running in the April 2008 print magazine, I wrote a hilarious column about how Microsoft was exploring and dabbling with open source. Late in February, I found out that my story was actually true and that I, your savvy assistant, am actually psychic. To tell the truth, it didn't come as a surprise. :)

My realization of my clairvoyance (and the need to completely rewrite my column) couldn't have come at a better time: Just after Microsoft's announcement, I also psychically foretold that reader Robert Singer needed more Windows Server 2003 content in our magazine. OK, fine--he wrote us a letter about it (see April 2008 Letters@windowsitpro.com), but I totally would have guessed it if he hadn't! While we work on adding more Windows Server 2003 articles, here's just a taste of content we've already published that you might have missed:

Overview:
"What's Windows Server 2003?" InstantDoc ID 38027
"Windows Server 2003 Features," InstantDoc ID 37606
"Windows 2003: Active Directory Administration Essentials"

FAQs:
Windows Server 2003 forum
"What are the Windows Server 2003 forest modes?" InstantDoc ID 41929
"How can I install a Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services licensing server?" InstantDoc ID 49867
"Understanding Windows Server 2003's Local Security Settings," InstantDoc ID 41279

For more resources or for your fortune, email me at Christan.Humphries@penton.com.