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*** IS LONGHORN TRANSFORMATION PACK COMPATIBLE?

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Does it work with this OS. Are there any precautions?
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since it works for 2000 and xp , it should be working for 2003 server. Before any changes , make sure to take backup of your 2003 server as you really donot want to mess anything if something bad happens to your server

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