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Part 2: Windows Server 2003 Installation
Preparing for the Installation and Getting Started
For more information about software licensing, see the section entitled Product Licensing earlier in this chapter.
Matching Product Keys to Products
The product ID used during installation of a retail version of Windows Server 2003 can be used only with the retail CD. Likewise, Open License keys are only usable with the media issued by Microsoft as part of obtaining the volume license. In enterprises using both types of software, knowing which keys go with which software makes the installation process easier.
Preparing for Windows Server 2003 Installation
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Installing a server operating system requires some assessment and preparation before you actually do the work. You ll want to review the server hardware and installation details, check the latest technical notes, verify backups, and have more than a few discussions with other Information Technology (IT) staff and managers.
System Hardware Requirements
Most versions of Windows Server 2003 share baseline requirements, such as a minimum of a 133-megahertz (MHz) Pentium CPU, 128 megabytes (MB) of RAM, and 1.5 gigabytes (GB) of hard disk drive space (for three of the x86-based servers). Yet, there are differences in recommended hardware for each edition Web, Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter and further differences to support the 64-bit versions on Itanium-based servers. Table 3-2 shows the hardware requirements for Windows Server 2003 on 32-bit x86 platforms, while Table 33 describes the requirements on the Itanium-based platform. For 64-bit extended systems, refer to Table 3-4.
Table 3-2.
Hardware Requirements for x86-Based Computers (32-bit)
Min. CPU Speed Recommended # of Min. Max. CPU Speed CPUs RAM
1 2 1 4 1 8 8 64 128 MB 2 GB 128 MB 4 GB
Version
Web Standard
Minimum Recommended Disk RAM Space
256 MB 256 MB 1.5 GB 1.5 GB 1.5 GB 1.5 GB
133 MHz 550 MHz 133 MHz 550 MHz
Enterprise 133 MHz 733 MHz Datacenter 400 MHz 733 MHz
128 MB 32 GB 256 MB 512 MB 64 GB 1 GB
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out
Table 3-3.
Hardware Requirements for Itanium-Based Computers (64-bit)
Min. CPU Speed
Version
Web Standard
Recommended # of Min. Max. CPU Speed CPUs RAM
NA NA 1 4 1 8 8 64 NA 128 MB 32 GB 128 MB 64 GB
Minimum Recommended Disk RAM Space
NA 256 MB 256 MB NA 2 GB 2 GB 2 GB
733 MHz 733 MHz
Enterprise 733 MHz 733 MHz Datacenter 733 MHz 733 MHz Table 3-4.
512 MB 512 GB 1 GB
Hardware Requirements for 64-bit Extended Systems
Min. CPU Speed
Version
Web Standard
3
Recommended # of Min-Max CPU Speed CPUs RAM
N/A N/A 1-4 N/A 512 MB 32 GB 512 MB 64 GB
Minimum Recommended Disk Space RAM
N/A 512 MB N/A 4 GB
AMD AMD Opteron Opteron 1.4 Ghz 1.4 Ghz
Enterprise AMD AMD Opteron Opteron 1.4 Ghz 1.4 Ghz
512 MB
4 GB
How a Clean Installation and an Upgrade Differ
If you have existing servers running the Windows operating system, you must decide which servers, if any, you will upgrade. The major differences between a clean installation and an upgrade are the following:
Upgrade
During an upgrade, user settings are retained, existing applications and application settings are kept, and basic system configuration is not required. An upgrade installation should be used when you have existing servers running the Windows operating system that support upgrade to Windows Server 2003 and you want to minimize disruption by maintaining the existing operating system and settings, user information, and application configuration. In contrast, a clean installation does not retain any user or system settings or knowledge of any installed applications, and you must configure all aspects of the hardware and software. You should use a clean installation when the operating system cannot be upgraded, the system must boot to multiple operating systems, a standardized configuration is required, or (obviously) when no operating system is currently installed.
Clean installation
Part 2: Windows Server 2003 Installation
Preparing for the Installation and Getting Started Tip
Install Standard Edition with more than two CPUs If you are performing an installation of Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, on a system with more than two processors and there is not currently a copy of the Windows operating system installed, you are allowed to install, even though Standard Edition supports only two CPUs. Only two of the CPUs will function after installation. Note that this is different from the behavior the installation does if the computer has any version of the Windows operating system installed. In this configuration, Setup will simply fail and exit. Although the inability to upgrade to Standard Edition on a four-processor system might present limitations, the ability to do a clean install provides a workaround in case you must deploy this configuration.
Supported Upgrade Paths
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Microsoft Server operating systems from Windows NT Server 4 Service Pack 5 and later can be upgraded to Windows Server 2003. In general, servers can be upgraded to a product with equal or greater capabilities, thus
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