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Widnows server 2008 for a seagate 432 autoloader? (dat 72)

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does the seagate 432 sutoloader (dat 72) work with windows server 2008r2?
Anyone know where I can find a driver? Going nuts trying to find one.
If not, I may try and set up a virtual win 2003 box on the win 2008 box... but obviously I'd rather run it native.

Anyone?
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Have you tried just using the Server2003 drivers? 2008 will handle most earlier drivers.
I haven't tried with an autoloader, but certainly on std LTO drives I've seen no compatibility issues.
Hold on. . .did I read this correctly. . do you say a DAT drive?!?!?

The other thing you could try is compatibility mode.

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found the answer myself by working with Seagate technical support.
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Please could you share the solution? Thanks.
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