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Server 2003?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Chris Lister, Oct 28, 2005.

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  1. Chris Lister

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    I set up two server 2003's on the evaluation additions, one came with a
    Windows Server 2003 Administration Companion & the other was ordered
    directly from Microsoft, the one from Microsoft, was installed about 6 weeks
    before the 2nd, which came with the book, about two weeks ago the 1st
    installation came to the end of it's 180 day trail. When I came to it in the
    morning I could not gain access to the server, I could not run a
    R(re-install) or access the system in safe mode, I was locked out!! So I had
    to do a fresh install, not too bad as the server was not part of the net
    work & was doing nothing in particular. The 2nd server however is beening
    used in the Audio Rooms & rebuilding it would be a major hassle because of
    the current work load......!

    In windows XP, in regedit, you can remove the Product key which in turn
    forces a re-registration, at this point you can change the Product key &
    make a telephone call to register the product. I do not know how to make
    these changes in the Server 2003 Software? This is the problem, I hope it's
    making sense?
     
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  3. Douglas J Steele

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    I'd suggest asking this in a newsgroup related to Win2003

    This newsgroup's for questions about Access, the database product that's
    part of Office Professional.

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    Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
    http://I.Am/DougSteele
    (no e-mails, please!)


    "Chris Lister" <chris@blitconsultants.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:Zhn8f.9097$Jl3.2891@newsfe4-gui.ntli.net...
    > I set up two server 2003's on the evaluation additions, one came with a
    > Windows Server 2003 Administration Companion & the other was ordered
    > directly from Microsoft, the one from Microsoft, was installed about 6

    weeks
    > before the 2nd, which came with the book, about two weeks ago the 1st
    > installation came to the end of it's 180 day trail. When I came to it in

    the
    > morning I could not gain access to the server, I could not run a
    > R(re-install) or access the system in safe mode, I was locked out!! So I

    had
    > to do a fresh install, not too bad as the server was not part of the net
    > work & was doing nothing in particular. The 2nd server however is beening
    > used in the Audio Rooms & rebuilding it would be a major hassle because of
    > the current work load......!
    >
    > In windows XP, in regedit, you can remove the Product key which in turn
    > forces a re-registration, at this point you can change the Product key &
    > make a telephone call to register the product. I do not know how to make
    > these changes in the Server 2003 Software? This is the problem, I hope

    it's
    > making sense?
    >
    >
    >
     
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