Well we currently have a EES agreement with microsoft so we did have Windows Server 2003 Standard edition on the portal but now it has disappeared. I called our partners who we bought the lincese agreement from. There said call Microsoft.. so i called Microsoft,There confirmed there do not support windows server 2003 standard edition anymore so cannot download it or get cd-keys for it. Im completely knacked now. need the windows server 2003 standard edition CD's.
Any chance anyone can get me a copy?
I have serial keys for it.
Unfortunatly Not.Unless we can do it through Dropbox or something like that
Thank you for your help.
I have been given the download links from another member of this forum.
I have sent you a PM
simonmerry (10th December 2012)
if you have ees, you can buy technet plus for a pittence at £79 i think (anyway super cheap) I always add it on to my quotes
EDIT: just checked my 2011 invoice it cost me £4.05! (technet plus lets you download software, it's not meant for production but with your licenced keys wouldn't be an issue)
Last edited by chazzy2501; 10th December 2012 at 02:25 PM.
How odd, its listed on the portal when i login. Think i might download now incase it goes walkies.
EEEEps, scratch that it's missing from Technet as well! Damn I don't have a 64bit version of 2003 my exchange server better not die!
I have called Microsoft about it not being on the portal. There told me its being took off because there are not supporting it anymore. Which is not correct that im aware?
Last edited by Ryan233; 10th December 2012 at 02:36 PM.
That is a little odd that they've pulled the 2003 ISOs. Have they pulled XP ISOs too? I suppose it's just another crafty way to push users onto 2008 R2 or even 2012. To be fair 2008 R2 is very stable. There's no reason not to use it, unless you have a software compatibility issue?
Last edited by chazzy2501; 10th December 2012 at 02:47 PM.
Yup, it isn't downloadable any more. XP is still there but 2003 is definitely gone, including 2003 R2.
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