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Rollback win 2003 server to win 2000 server?

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I have a customer that bought a new Terminal Server w/Win 2003 Server installed on it. Wants to rollback to Win 2000 Server without having to format and reinstall. Can this be done.
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No, sorry. You can only upgrade, not downgrade your OS. You'll have to reinstall if you don't want to buy TS CALs for Server 2003.
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Not quite what I was hoping for, but what I expected. Still looking for help?!
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You'll have to reinstall, sorry :(

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