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Posted on 2008-06-15
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hi
i would like to ask if i can install windows 2008 server as a member  and not a domain controller, for now.. (i have a windows 2003 standard edition domain controller).

later i am planning to make it the domain controller.. does it work like this?
 thanks
regards klay
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You should have no problem installing WIndows Server 2008 as a member server.  It will install just like any other server.
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sure does, and you sure can..
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what if i waould like lo install it as a normal desktop??
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thats a member server, its the exact same concept as a desktop machine....
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