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Does Backoffice 4.5 Work with Win2K Server?

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Will I have any problems installing IIS4 or Backoffice 4.5 (which is currently running under NT4SP5) on a freshly installed version of Windows 2000 Server?

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Everything should install fine, Windows 2000 has iis 5 builtin so it would upgrade it to iis 5, the only problem I have experienced is proxy 2.0, this needs a patch, I have installed sql 7 , proxy 2.0 and exchange server 5.5 sp3, and I have not had any problem.  I would not try to install IIS 4 as W2k has IIS 5.
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Excellent to hear -- thanks much!
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