Thread: 70-290 - can I use standard?
April 10th, 2008, 11:48 PM #1
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70-290 - can I use standard?
my Microsoft press book came with a evaluation 2003 server enterprise edition... the thing is, i already have a fully licensed copy of 2003 standard.... while going through my Microsoft press book, can I follow along with 2003 standard or is it best to use the enterprise edition they provided?
April 11th, 2008, 02:55 AM #2
I think it is best to use the cd that came with it, but to be sure, you could make it a dualboot.
Keep your standard version on there and install Enterprise next to it for the duration of the course.
Probably 85% of what you need in 2003 can also be found in standard, just a few things that you would really need EE for.
I think EE has support for more cpu's and ram, but you won't get to that limit, unless you have one of them skulltrail things or a dual quadcore Opteron or Xeon.2 x Opteron 4280 2.8Ghz, Asus KCMA-D8, 32GB DDR3 1600, Asus 6950 DCII 1GB 2 x M4 64GB SATA600, Caviar Black 640GB, Seagate 1TB, 27"syncmaster
April 11th, 2008, 08:39 AM #3
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Yes you can use either, enterprise has some extra stuff (supports more memory, cpus, radius clients, etc)
You should be fine with whatever you pick.
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