Oops! My bad! That's right. E2K Standard to Enterprise is supported (and
works), but Win2K Server to Win2K AS is not supported and does not work.
Sorry for any confusion that my confusion caused! :-)
MCT MCSE MCSA MCP+I
Exchange 2000 Server: The Complete Reference - ISBN 0072127392
TNT Software - www.tntsoftware.com
Microsoft Cluster Server Center - www.nwnetworks.com/cluster.html
Internet Explorer Security Center - www.nwnetworks.com/iesc.html
> No, this is not possible. You cannot go from Server to Advanced Server. As
> you probably already know, you cannot (or should not) use the /3GB switch
> with Server, only Advanced Server or Datacenter.
> I think Scott was thinking of Exchange Standard to Enterprise. :-)
> > Correct.
> > Can an Exchange 2000 Server with Windows 2000 Server OS be successfully
> > upgraded to W2K Advanced Server OS?
> > > Exchange server can "run out of memory" in Advanced server because
> > > the Exchange want more memory then the OS can give .
> > > The 3Gb switch in boot.ini solve this problem.
> > > --
> > > Please do not send email directly to this alias.
> > > This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
> > > Ronen Gabbay MCT MCSE+I MCDBA
> > > Hi-Tech College
> > > ISRAEL
> > > > Has anyone successfully upgraded an Exchange 2000 Server with
> > 2000
> > > > Server OS to W2K Advanced Server OS?
> > > > I am concerned about virtual memory utilization as we have 2 GB
> > > > memory in the systems and heavy utilization.
> > > > There is a Q266096 article referring to the /3GB switch but ONLY for
> > > > Advanced Server or above.
> > > > Any thoughts? Experiences?