Windows Server 2003 is a server operating system released by Microsoft in April 2003. It includes a number of improvements over its predecessor Windows Server 2000 including an improved version of IIS, additional default security, a role management administration tool called Manage Your Server, improved command line tools and more.
Its successor, Windows Server 2008, was released in February 2008.
Windows 2003 comes in multiple varieties including Windows Small Business Server, Web Edition, Standard Edition, Enterprise Edition, DataCenter Edition and Home Server Edition.
This guide will show you how to install, configure, and use Windows Server 2003, and how to administer a Windows 2003 server once it is running.
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