server 2003

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  1. autox

    autox OT Supporter

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    Ive never used any type of server software or anything, but am going to have a spare computer that I'd like to turn into one. How hard is it to learn how to use server 2003? Does it require anything special or would a celeron 667 be just fine?
    thanks
     
  2. FLY-FAST

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    a 667 would be fine - its easy... just some advice... create a partition on the disk BEFORE you install the OS. Because you need to install IIS remote services on a seperate logical drive.

    You can even create it as your own PDC for fun...
     
  3. BlazinBlazer Guy

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    I'm gonna be putting 2003 on a regular P3-667 with 512MB RAM in not too long.... 40GB hard drive too :eek3:
     
  4. carlin

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    bit confused... y do u need to iis installed on a seperate logical drive... ?
     

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