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Could I install office 2013 in a Windows 2003 server sp2 (Terminal Server)??

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I have an windows 2003 server sp2 installation with terminal server enabled.
I run apps like Office 2003.
I need to upgrade the office version, but I'have problems to undestand wich office version is supported and/or available for windows 2003 server sp2.

Could I install office 2013 in a Windows 2003 server sp2 (over Terminal Server)??
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Jesus Ortega
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No it is not compatible with 2003 server. See Microsoft link here for details.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624351(v=office.15).aspx
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You will have to settle for Office 2010 or upgrade to Server 2008 R2.
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Do you need it for yourself or for other people. As noted you cannot do this in Server 2003, but if just for yourself, you may be able to run it in a VMware virtual machine.

Server 2003 is out of support in a handful of days (April next I think), so you need to move on in any event.
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