Many administrators don't put much thought into choosing a standard naming convention for the various servers,
workstation, and shared printers when they start a small to midsize network. But as your network grows, the lack of
continuity and usefulness of a random (or bizarre) naming scheme can turn into an administrative nightmare. A computer
name must be unique, but should also be somewhat descriptive or useful to users and Administrators. In this article we
will take a look at the guidelines for naming conventions on Windows 2000, examine common naming schemes, and
suggest a few alternate schemes for growing networks...