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1 INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 Chapter 1
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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 2 WINDOWS SERVER 2003 EDITIONS Web Edition Standard Edition Enterprise Edition Datacenter Edition
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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 3 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Web Edition Standard Edition Enterprise Edition Datacenter Edition Minimum processor speed 133 MHz 133 MHz 133 MHz 400 MHz Minimum processor speed 550 MHz 550 MHz 733 MHz 733 MHz Minimum RAM 128 MB 128 MB 128 MB 512 MB Recommended minimum RAM 256 MB 256 MB 256 MB 1 GB Maximum RAM 2 GB 4 GB 32 GB 64 GB Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) support Up to 2 processors Up to 4 processors Up to 8 processors Up to 32 processors Minimum disk space 1.5 GB 1.5 GB 1.5 GB 1.5 GB
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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 4 WEB EDITION Single-purpose Web server platform Limit of 10 inbound SMB connections Support for up to two processors and up to 2 GB of RAM
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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 5 STANDARD EDITION Designed as a departmental server or for smaller organizations Multipurpose server platform Supports up to four processors and 4 GB of RAM
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Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 6 ENTERPRISE EDITION Server platform for medium- to large-sized businesses Supports up to eight processors and 32 GB of RAM Eight-node clustering support through Microsoft Clustering Services
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course WIN 210 taught by Professor Kubb during the Spring '10 term at Seneca.

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