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Hello,

we installed a Trial version of Windows Enterprise server 2003 x64 (R2) on a server, with an exchange server, and we now want to convert it to a fully licensed copy of windows, is there a smooth way of doing this?  this is now become a production server (for exchange)
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Once you purchase the license from Microsoft, you can simply activate the Windows without any hassles.

All you need to do is Goto Activate My Windows wizard and put your license details and activate.


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Madhu
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