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I've been working with NT 4 for about 2 years now. At work, my main directory server is a Micron Netframe, and can say, to my amazement, that the server only needs rebooting every 60 to 90 days. (BIG recomendation of Micron for anyone using NT. Detected every bit of hardware I've thrown at them, and even the common MS crashes aren't that fatal.) It carries 8 to 9 gig of various stuff for only about 40 employees, but it stays up a lot longer that any workstation does. While I'm not near a Microsoft fan, I really like using ASP. It would have to be one of the easiest ways to access a db i've seen. We haven't used SQL Server yet, as we are still accessing MS Access files, but the response times are quick. I know that 40 people isn't near the volume of any low-end website, but big scale performance isn't a factor for us at this point. On the usability side, ASP is the way to go for me.