These are all logos which were done for work. Some of them were used, some of them weren't. Some of them will be very familiar to users of the MNTS, even if they've never actually read them 8->.
This is the current primary user service we provide.
All MWS logos are now based around this - the text on them varies a little, but the background is the same. As the MWS was, for a while, supported on both Win2000 and WinXP, the logo indicates which is present.
The windows 2000 service is now called the Managed Windows Service - the name change came about with the move to Windows XP, and the need for the service name to be called something less connected to the particular client operating system version we were using.
Anything done using the official University logo has to conform to a number of criteria, some of which are extremely tricky as they specify distances in millimetres between the logo graphic and the text. Quite how this works for a bitmap designed to be displayed at an unknown resolution on a monitor of unknown size I never did quite work out.