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 PostPost subject: Server 2003 renaming?        Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 5:12 am 
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When was advanced server renamed to the better name enterprise edition?? build 3718 was adv. srv.

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I think they want to say that this version is for the enterprise-business.


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im not sure, as it seems to have been used on and off throughout the development, picture below shows b3562, before yours, had the enterprise name.

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I think 3531 was the 1st .NET Server build to use the "Enterprise/[...] Server" tag at least partly and starting with 3541, the renaming procedure went further and further. The build 3505 ADS I have here is still called "Whistler Advanced Server" which I prefer to "Enterprise/... Edition" TBH.

And BTW, 3718 was not named "Advanced Server" and such anymore. It was named "Windows .NET Server 2003 [...] Edition". I know that 3678 was partly named "Windows .NET Server 2003 [...] Edition" but not completely; 3718 (and maybe also previous 37xx builds) had this name everywhere. 3742 was the last build with the .NET naming scheme, newer builds were all called "Windows Server 2003 [...] Edition".


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 12:39 pm 
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Oh sorry, I have mixed up something, 3562 was enterprise server. A friend told me, that 3718 was advanced server, but it was wrong.

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Yep :) I think 367x–3742 were called .NET Server 2003 [..] Edition.


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