Windows Server 2003


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epple
is it just me or do you think ms should make like a ws-version of 2003? we have a guide to make one tho.. kind of ws. :)

it would rock imo.

They do have a Web Server Version of Windows 2003 Server......It $399 according to the site...Its called Window 2003 Web Server Edtion

ops, i meant workstation-version. sorry for that. :p

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Jason
is it just me or do you think ms should make like a ws-version of 2003? we have a guide to make one tho.. kind of ws. :)

it would rock imo.

They do have a Web Server Version of Windows 2003 Server......It $399 according to the site...Its called Window 2003 Web Server Edtion

ops, i meant workstation-version. sorry for that. :p

Its called XP, XP is the workstation version for 2003 Server.

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epple

well, true... but xp is old... :p

better use that server to workstation guide later on then. ;)

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Jason
well, true... but xp is old... :p

better use that server to workstation guide later on then. ;)

2003 Server improves on the server features over 2000 Server, not an improvement to XP just part of the XP family.

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mikejd1

Does it work well with games too....Like UT2k3?

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NeoMayhem

Neowins guide needs to be improved alot, there are way more services that can be disabled :p

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dougkinzinger

It's "WINDOWS SERVER 2003" now, not 'Windows 2003 Server' .. we've all got to change our thinking now! :woot:

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no name

yeah thats what i was about to say... windows 2000 server but windows server 2003! :) :p

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mikejd1

games? :)

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NeoMayhem

It was Windows .net server 2003, and now it is just windows server 2003 :p

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no name

i prefer windows server 2003 to windows .NET server 2003

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mikejd1

ok i guess yall can ignore me :)

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Ji@nBing
games? :)

:p i'll let u know tomorrow

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mikejd1

ok :)

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mikejd1

Which one shoudl i get, enterprise or standard?

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iwod

i wish SP2 for XP will come out quicker..................

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kirk26
What on earth is that? Is it a real product or did some1 make it in PS?

It's real. MS gave it out to people who attended a windows 2003 server class last month.

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Knight'
It's real. MS gave it out to people who attended a windows 2003 server class last month.

Its got the .NET thing though? Shows u just how last minute things are in Microsofts plans....lmao

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Jason
Which one shoudl i get, enterprise or standard?

Yeah you really want Enterprise Server 2003 for games :laugh:

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mikejd1
Yeah you really want Enterprise Server 2003 for games :laugh:

hehe, games wont work on it?

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tomwarren
Yeah you really want Enterprise Server 2003 for games  :laugh:

lol :laugh:

Yeh perhaps you can cluster all your games together or use WSRM to manage resources to them individually :laugh:

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mikejd1

Ok, so Ill get STandard, fools! :)

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dougkinzinger

hey mods, rename this thread please to "Windows Server 2003" sometime, instead of 'Windows 2003 Server' ... we all need to change our terms sooner or later. And while I'm on it, don't friggin run it as your main workstation ... especially since I can almost guarantee that NONE of you would actually BUY it legit, man! :o :happy:

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