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Simple question. Is there a Windows Server 2003 Upgrade Edition??? Or are they not doing that any more.
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Nope, not doing it anymore -  I'm 99% sure of it..but i could always be wrong...  There are some migration tools out there if you look around.
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Heh, I don't care about migration...I was looking for a cheaper price :o)
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by:sohei
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I spent some time looking and could not find an upgrade version.
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Yea, it looks like they did away with upgrade versions. But I guess it isn't such a big deal, licensing is what is killing me. I am looking at $35,000 just for User CALS and Terminal Server CALS
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