bought server 2003 licence - how do i download software?

Posted on 2007-10-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
We have just bought 2 new licences: Microsoft® Windows® Server Standard 2003 R2 Single

I want to apply one of these to a server i have already built using a partner pack licence.
How do i do this?

Also how do i download the software now for the new server?


Question by:chouckham
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    Consult the reseller from whom you purchased the licenses so that they can ship you the correct media and/or point you to the correct download location in the case of a volume licensing purchase.

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