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What is the real difference between Windows Server 2003 Small Business Server and Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition?

Why is the SBS cheaper?

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May 5, 2008

I have to setup a company server over a huge hardware profile made for me:

- 8 cpu
- 16gb RAM
- gbits LAN
- 1 TB of RAID-5 storage bay

The server will be splitted in two server (it's actually a balde running ESX and two guests).

My question is:

- I am better to setup 64 bits or better run the old and stable 32 bits?

I consider this question because:

- I might install Exchange 2007
- I might upgrade to Windows 2008

Out of this, is there known problem/issue with 64 bits Windows 2003 OS?

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Apr 7, 2009

I am going to buy my own server and colocate this at a data center. This server is going to only host one website with Mysql as backend database. I notice there are 3 different Windows 2003 server, Web, Standard and Enterprise. I am leaning toward the Standard version. Can I use Window 2003 Standard Edition to run my the web server?

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Dec 1, 2008

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Feb 27, 2008

how to change the default or the master datetime format for Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition.

My problem is as such.

- Have installed Coldfusion 5.0 on a Windows 2003 Server and have configured the part on the Web service extensions.

- One of the coldfusion program/application that is needed to be migrated from another server which is running Windows 2000.

- Encountered problem such as the datetime that is passed to the application when clients view on their workstations is different.

- My program take in dd/MM/yyyy but however it seems like the server is always default to M/d/yyyy or MM/dd/yyyy.

So, how can i change the default setting so that it will apply to the user account IUSR or across all accounts that is used on the server?

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Aug 21, 2008

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May 27, 2008

I have really seen is linux hosting advertised - what is the real difference between linux and windows? They both use Apache and PHP - doesn't windows use more resources with it's GUI?

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Aug 19, 2008

Does someone know what that means? I can sometime choose this option if I want to buy a server.

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Oct 19, 2008

I'm sure there is an easy answer to this, and i'm probably being a little lazy, but the google searches i did didn't really help.

As I need to have windows hosting, apart from the price, is there any difference between setting up the server with windows 2003 standard edition and web edition?

I want to run MS SQL and My sql databases, run asp, .Net 2 and php on the server.

I'd also want to connect with RDP which i'm assuming is fine.

Most of the searches seem to talk about the fact that you can't set up active directory,or making it a domain controller but not much else.

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May 26, 2008

I see most of the providers offering Windows 2003 STD license $20-$30 per month. I wonder how is that done, do they buy licenses in bulk and then lease them monthly basis or there is an agreement with Microsoft. I have a few linux boxes colocated and would like to procure Windows licenses on my own. Also how to go for licenses for VPS server?

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Feb 18, 2008

is there any huge difference between the two?

I'm primarily going to use the server for gaming.

After researching, the only thing I saw was that Web only supports up to 2GB of ram.

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Is the R2 just a version with all the upgrades or service packs already updated?

In other words can I use the older copy and just pull the upgrades from micosoft.

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For instance under websitefolder you have a folder called bobsfolder. I want bob to login and just be "jailed" to bobsfolder, but when websitefolderadmin logs in they have access to the root of websitefolder and all its subfolders.

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Nov 25, 2008

Posted this as an add-on to another question I had in the Tech forum, had no reply, perhaps I posted in the wrong forum. Posting here instead:

I noticed MS has lifted some of the restriction concerning the Web Server edition, it's like half the price of Standard.

I'm mainly going to be hosting a couple of separate web sites, run ASP.Net and PHP, along with some database servers (currently considering SQL Server Express and MySQL).

Email server is being considered, though our load isn't too great, it's just for a couple of friends and myself. We're also intending to run game servers off it (Counter-Strike Source, Call of Duty series, etc.) on occasions.

Would the Web Server edition suffice for these? Or is it still technically limited/has license restrictions, and I will need at least the standard edition?

I may also intend to serve streaming windows Media files.

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Apr 29, 2008

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Jun 4, 2008

I've got MSSQL 2005 Enterprise running on Windows 2003 Standard R2 x64. The server has 12GB RAM.

Now, I've been trying to find some way to monitor how much RAM MSSQL takes up, but found two conflicting things.

One source says that MSSQL 2005 Enterprise can only use up to 4GB RAM on Windows Standard R2 x64. Another says Microsoft changed this to 32GB for Windows Standard R2 x64 only (i.e. not x86).

Could anyone confirm either of these? I'd find out myself if I knew how I could see how much it's using (it only shows 90mb in taskmanager).

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I come from a Merak mail server solution .... with about 400 domains and 3000 users .... and I must admit that the server has had some problems.

Plesk provides MailEnable Standard edition .... but according to the Feature Comparison in this version .... should not be present IMAP ???

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I can use IMAP for customers?

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Sep 19, 2013

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Mar 26, 2008

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Jul 23, 2008

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webspacedepot offer
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both of them no extra charge, is it web edition better?

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Jan 2, 2007

I currently run a couple of forum-heavy websites on a Pentium D950 (3.4 GHz 800FSB Dual Core 2x2mb cache). The sites use most resources for mysql and php (via apache), plus some more for email and serving images via tux.

So now I'm looking for an upgrade. I've grabbed the following off the Softlayer website:


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Intel Xeon 5050 2 x 3.00GHz 667MHz 2 x 2MB - HT $179
Intel Xeon 5130 2 x 2.00GHz 1333MHz 1 x 4MB $199
Intel Xeon 5140 2 x 2.33GHz 1333MHz 1 x 4MB $239
Intel Xeon 5160 2 x 3.00GHz 1333MHz 1 x 4MB $279
Intel Xeon 5310 4 x 1.60GHz 1066MHz 1 x 8MB $219
Intel Xeon 5320 4 x 1.86GHz 1066MHz 1 x 8MB $259

Now what do I make of this? First of all, I'm having a hard time relating the CPU speed to the clock speed. The 5050 seems alright to me, but I've read somewhere that Dempseys are already regarded as outdated, so obviously I'm underestimating the importance of clock speed? (Do I get the performance by basically multiplying the clock speed with the CPU speed?) Also, what's up with the quad core? Is that something worth considering for the purpose mentioned above, or will it be wasted on the four cores? What about the lower CPU speed of the quad core - will the faster dual core actually get the same or even more work done?

Or am I looking at the wrong brides and should rather run and get myself two cheapo servers with php on one and mysql on the other? (Or go with one of the above and just take two disks?)

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Aug 11, 2008

my server is centos with whm/cpanel,

i find there are two httpd.conf in my server,



i want to ask if i want to tune the httpd,

which one i should edit?

and what are the difference of them?

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Feb 15, 2007

differences between a router, hub and a switch.

I have set up a file/print server using samba on my home network that just uses a simple 4 port linksys router, so I'm relatively familiar with routers.

Its my understanding that a hub, is kind of like a router but w/o a "to modem" spot. So you would use a hub if you just wanted to connect some computers to have a LAN party or something, right? Where there'd be no internet connection. Is this correct?

As far as switches, I get the feeling they are like routers, only better? Because data centers and companies mostly use switches, not routers? Or am I way off? What exactly is different between a switch and a router.

As a supplamental question- I will be starting college next fall, and a friend of mine said that dorm students are not supposed to use routers, but rather switches. Any idea why this would be the case?

And also, along the lines of college networks. Say I wanted to take my server with me to my dorm, how would that work? I know this depends on the university, but how would such a large network like that work- would each dorm have its own public IP address? Or would the dorm have one public IP, then each room have an internal IP? Sorry if this is a dumb question, I've really only worked with simple home networking

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My server is overseas and my time is plus 14 hrs here.

I have set my software up to plus 14 hrs time difference also.

What should I set my crons to?

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Nov 19, 2008

Buying a dedicated server, what configuration would you expect to be as standard memory, hard drive, and raid?

And what would your budget be for this configuration? What do you expect to pay for it?

The CPU would be as the following:

Single CPU Quad Core Xeon 3220
Single CPU Quad Core Xeon 5430
Dual CPU Quad Core Xeon 5430

What standard configuration would you expect on these?

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