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Trying to upgrade a Win2000 server to 2003.

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Boot to CD and wants to install new not upgrade.  Any suggestions?
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I dont believe you can do an "upgrade" from a boot CD.

Try an upgrade install from within the OS.
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There's actually more than meets there eye here, what is this server used for?

Active Directory? Exchange? File Services?
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It is only used for Gtreat Plains SQL database.
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