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upgradint 2003 server web edition evaluation to retail

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Hi,
I've installed a 2003 server web edition evaluation version.
I got now the license fot the retail version.
I cannot register with the number I have.
there is any way to do this with out reinstalling with the retails version ?
thank you
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You can upgrade to the full retail version over the Eval with no trouble.  You should not lose anything.

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