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Figure out if SBS 2003 server is Standard or Premium

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Hello,

I have a SBS 2003 server in our test network.  I am trying to figure out whether I loaded Premium or Standard on it.  (I have both with Action Pack)  I can't find any information in it.  System control panel just says "Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server"

DDDDUUUUMMMMMBBBBB question I know, but I can't figure it out.  :)

Thanks,

-nieblertech
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I don't think there is any difference.
All Premium buyers get is an additional CD with the extra components.

Are you sure you got both editions in Action Pack? I only have Premium in mine.

Simon.
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My action pack only has one version. The initial install installs standard and you make it premium by installing ISA server and SQL server. Make sure that you use the replacement disk 3
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Should have also mentioned that this is the case with Retail and OEM versions too like Simon says.
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