It's the same with BizTalk, Commerce Server and IIS developer
editions. These all come with MSDN Universal, among other ways to get them
(i.e., install fresh off the CDs). The only thing that installed was SQL
Server 2000 Developer edition.
I can't get beyond the part where it tries to access SQL Server, even though
SQL Server (2000 developer edition) is running and I give the Biztalk
install wizard the current admin-authorized account information (to logon).
I think it's because of the new way that Windows 2000 Pro (why the developer
editions) uses the BOX.USERID naming scheme for everything and the install
wizard just wants the name.
Before anyone asks: Yes, I installed Win 2000 Server in its own directory,
but that's not the main work copy (email, developer tools, etc.). Obviously
I'm missing something here.