windows server 2003 R2 Standard - Windows Rights Management Services?

Posted on 2007-09-27
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
i bought windows server 2003 R2.  the shipment came with the following:

windows server 2003 R2 Standard (Volume License Product Key Required) disc 1 and 2
windows server 2003 R2 Stanard (Windows Rights Management Services 1.0 with SP1)
windows server 2003 R2 Standard x64 Edition (VLK required) disc 1 and 2

i know what the x64 edition is...
what is the difference between the first two items listed above?  or is the second item an optionally installed feature in Standard server 2003?
Question by:zephyr_hex
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    See R2 comes on two disks with some of the R2 features on CD2 for WRM see
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    R2 has 2 discs...
    but there is this third disc that was not used during installation... and i'm not sure what it is...
    "windows server 2003 R2 Standard (Windows Rights Management Services 1.0 with SP1)"
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    Its for WRM - if you want it - see see for details of what it is and what it does.

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