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Part of the mo. lesson in the Nov 15 Issue of Prestwood eMag
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Go with at least Windows Server 2003

Question:

I have several Windows 2000 Servers, should I upgrad them? I have to setup a new server, should I install another Windows 2000 Server or dive into Windows 2003? What about Windows Server 2008?


Answer:

We currently recommend at least Windows Server 2003 and actually prefer Windows Server 2008 because too much "new" software just does not install on Windows 2000 Server. For example, Quickbooks 2009 database install requires Windows Server 2003 or higher.


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