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How do I change the name of the server on the little Splash/Welcome screen for W2K3 -
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I am not quite sure what you mean? the splash screen displays windows 2003 server yes? what are you trying to change?
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hi and welcome to 2003 server!
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Hi- Jay_Jay -

How are you ?? Yes You are the champion of this topic area.

He is asking about to change splash screen of the window 2003 server. Help him


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just playing with you bro :) i am champion of nothing let me assure you! i was just confused as thats an xp link.....
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Hi Jay_Jay-

I think You know that window XP and window 2003 server some system files are  same and splash screen and login screen is also same only title change and entire code of all these form are also same just label change so I think this will helm him and not problem if we give the window xp links in this question. What you think??

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ah man if it works it works, i was thinking along the lines that its more a server OS, the base Kernal is similar but i don't know if it will be as custimisable, hell, i didnt even know you could change the winxp one lol!

anywayz, whatever works is a good thing

notice you got your GURU cert in networking - nice one
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