Great Windows 2003 just great

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by George Hester, Aug 18, 2005.

  1. So there goes all my disks Microsoft. Thanks bunch. May in Windows 2000?
    No IS Windows 2000. Be Honest might start a whole new escapade Microsoft.

    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;328520

    Also the hardware wizard leaves a lot to be desired. You forgot to include
    no more support for ISA cards in the Documentation. No support for
    Hardrives used in Windows 2000. What next you got up your sleeves? It's
    been real.
     
    George Hester, Aug 18, 2005
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  2. George Hester

    Jason Gurtz Guest

    The smart admin uses a hardware RAID controller, they are cheap enough
    nowadays :)

    I didn't know there are computers w/ ISA slots that are fast enough to run
    Server 2003! Amazing!

    ~Jason

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    Jason Gurtz, Aug 18, 2005
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  3. Sure are but in any case the lack of support should have been stated. And
    no I do not need that level of harddisk configuration. This is a small
    Network that has performed virtually flawless in Windows 2000. It turns out
    not everyone uses a Server the same way. But in any case this issue should
    also have been stated in the Documentation that previous Windows disks are
    now inaccessible. Not even Windows XP does this you know.

    Sure I understand the version of NTFS in Windows XP and in Windows 2003 is a
    major change. But then so was Windows NT 4 to Windows 2000 or in fact
    Windows 95/98/ME to Windows 2000 and none of these changes made made my
    disks inoperable.

    Finally I do have a faster machine to put this on and it does have ISA
    slots.

    It all seemed to go well when I installed this. Took a while to get drivers
    that worked since Microsoft left off many I use. But I was able to get them
    in all works well.
     
    George Hester, Aug 18, 2005
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