Now that we have remote access and Internet connectivity, we've completed our deployment of Windows Server 2003. We can now act a little like farmers and sit back on the stoop in front of the homestead to admire our work. I think you'll agree that it was a heck of a lot of work.
We can't get too comfortable, though. Even as we relax for a few moments, there are weeds pushing up through the sod and pests flying in from the prairie and the weather forecaster's talking about a drought. We need to get prepared for disaster, and that brings us to the last chapter.