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Windows 2003 server

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Iam using visual studio.net 2003 to make web application usig asp.net
adn iwas using OS winows Xp pro coz icant' run web application withou having
IIS(internet inforamtion services)
now im turning to windows server 2003 and iam want to know which version to
choose

1-enterprise
2-web
3-standard

plz someone would help to geve me idea bout this three diffrent System
and for also ia using
P4 with 2.8 Gh with 512(which i will turn it to 1 gb ram soon) and 512 cach
thank you
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Islam Khalil,
Sep 26 '06 #1
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Hi SemSem,
now im turning to windows server 2003 and iam want to know which version
to
choose

1-enterprise
2-web
3-standard
Which version you need depends on your application and the capacity that you
plan for it. If your web application is simple and runs with dozens of users
instead hundreds or thousands, then the Web Edition might be enough. It is
the cheapest alternative, but only permits you to install a database on the
server which is used only by your web application.

If your application needs other functions, or need to communicate with other
servers/applications in your network, then Standard is probably your best
choice. Finally, choose Enterprise if your application is big, and requires
load balancing, clustering, fail over, etc.

To further analyze your requirements, we would need more information about
your application and your needs. See this link for information about the Web
Edition, which I feel might be your best bet:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserv...rview/web.mspx

Hope this helps.

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Regards,

Mr. Jani Järvinen
C# MVP
Helsinki, Finland
ja***@removethis.dystopia.fi
http://www.saunalahti.fi/janij/
Sep 26 '06 #2

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