How to format Sun fire 280R hard disk to install windows server 2003

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I need help plsss, i have a sunfire 280R server, i have never used a unix system before, want i want to do is host asp.net applications, is it possible ?if yes, how. If it is not possible can i format the harddisk so i can install windows server 2003 if yes, how?, i prefer to install windows cos i am more comfortable with it, i have just 2day to get the applications up and running. Pls fell free to advice..tnx
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mark1702Commented:
You have very little chance of getting Windows 2003 running on that machine I'm afraid as the processor architecture is not x86. There is no Windows for SPARC :)

Stick to a Compaq/Dell or custom build x86 box with 2003/IIS I'm afraid :)

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mark1702Commented:
As a side note, there's a few things out there for Apache that will let you do ASP, not sure about ASP.net though. If you're not comfortable with unix in general, then my original comment stands. Thanks :)
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