riless (email@example.com) writes:
> Is it possible to install on a Windows server 2003,
> SQL SERVER 2000 in the folowing configuration :
> SQL server 7.0 as a default Instance
> SQL server 2000 as a named instance.
If SQL 7 can be installed on Win2003, yes. But I would not really
expect SQL 7 to be welcome on Windows 2003, although I don't know
for sure. If it installs, it may still noe be supported.
For SQL 2000 you need SP3 to run on Win 2003. That I know.
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, firstname.lastname@example.org
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