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Is there a way to upgrade MS 2003 server STD running sp2 to MS 2003 Enterprise?  The Enterprise version is actually older than the STD sp2 version so we get the dialog box stating this fact and it won't allow us the opportunity to upgrade.  We are currently running our production Domino Email Application on this unit.  Is there a painless way of upgrading without getting fired?
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Are you doing this to use more RAM ?

In theory it should work, but you may need to get Enterprise with SP2 installed ( slipstreamed )
or install into a separate partition, and reinstall the Domino server - which should not be a  big deal since the data is unchanged.


I hope this helps !
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