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Microsoft Server question - June 30, 2009, 12:29 PM

Can you upgrade from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Web Server 2008?

I found the info for Windows Server 2008 but nothing on Web Server 2008.

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Can you upgrade from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Web Server 2008?

I found the info for Windows Server 2008 but nothing on Web Server 2008.
No....Web Server is not a fully functioning server. Now if you were doing 2003 Web to 2008 Web it should upgrade with no problems. But you can't go Standard/Enterprise 2003 to Web Edition 2008


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I guess I asked the wrong question. I have to figure out how to rephrase my question
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i was just guessing, never upgraded to 2008 server, we just buy new servers and install 2008 then move everything from the 2003 to the 2008


Oh and FYI, IIS7 sucks.


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i was just guessing, never upgraded to 2008 server, we just buy new servers and install 2008 then move everything from the 2003 to the 2008


Oh and FYI, IIS7 sucks.
IIS7 doesn't suck just has a different look what sucks about it?


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IIS7 doesn't suck just has a different look what sucks about it?
its a pain in the ass. Well atleast it was for me when i was setting up exchange 2007. Nothing would work, I was working with MS for about a month trying to get it to work and they had no idea. Ended up going back to a 2003 server.

Thats the only time i've messed with IIS7. Not sure what the issue was.


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You can easily fix the IIS7 issues by migrating to <insert any linux server here>
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It does have alot of lock down that is done by default which is why exchange is a pain to get working....


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i was just guessing, never upgraded to 2008 server, we just buy new servers and install 2008 then move everything from the 2003 to the 2008


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can i have your old servers. geez wish we had that budget.


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can i have your old servers. geez wish we had that budget.
They get replaced every 3 years or so and be come test servers.


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