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Original Windows Server 2008 R2 Product Key / Enterprise 64bit

Original Windows Server 2008 R2 Product Key / Enterprise 64bit

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Performing a Clean Windows Server 2008 Installation


Windows Server 2008 may be installed using a number of different approaches. One such approach involves installing an entirely new instance of the operating system on a disk or partition such that any previous operating system installation and associated data are destroyed. Another option is to perform an upgrade of an existing Windows installation such that user data, settings and applications are retained. In addition, the installation may be performed interactively where the user is required to respond to prompts during the installation, or unattended where pre-configured responses are supplied by an answer file.


The topic of this chapter is the clean, interactive installation of Windows Server 2008. The subject of upgrades is covered in the following chapter entitled Performing a Windows Server 2008 Upgrade.


Performing the Upgrade


An upgrade to Windows Server 2008 can only be performed by launching the installation process from within the currently installed operating system. It is not possible to perform an upgrade by booting from the installation media. To initiate the upgrade process, therefore, boot the existing Windows installation (if not already running), log into an account with administrative privileges and insert the installation DVD. If the system is configured to do so, the setup process on the DVD will autorun once it is mounted displaying the Windows Server 2008 installation screen:


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From this screen the installation may be started by clicking on the Install now button. Alternatively, the What To Know Before Installing Windows Server 2008 link will provide information of system requirements and advice about issues such as application and driver compatibility. Clicking on Install now proceeds to the next screen. If the setup program detects an internet connection on the host operating system the next screen displayed will provide the option to have the installation process download any available updates and incorporate them into the installation. The recommended course of action at this point is to accept the default here and install the latest updates:


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Windows Server 2008 Features Matrix








ADFS Web Agent Yes Yes Yes No No
Directory uIDM Yes Yes Yes No No
Desktop Experience Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Windows Clustering Yes Yes No No Yes
Windows Server Backup Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Windows Network Load Balancing (WNLB) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Simple TCP/IP Services Yes Yes Yes No Yes
SMTP Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Subsystem for Unix-Based Applications (SUA) Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Telnet Client Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Telnet Server Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) Yes Yes Yes No Yes
RPC Over HTTP Proxy Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) Yes Yes Yes No No
Wireless Client Yes Yes Yes No No
Windows System Resource Manager (WSRM) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Simple SAN Management Yes Yes Yes No No
LPR Port Monitor Yes Yes Yes No No
The Windows Foundation Components for WinFX Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
BITS Server Extensions Yes Yes Yes No Yes
iSNS Server Service Yes Yes Yes Yes No
BitLocker Drive Encryption Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Multipath IO Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Removable Storage Management Yes Yes Yes No Yes
TFTP Yes Yes Yes No Yes
SNMP Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Server Admin Pack Yes Yes Yes Yes No
RDC Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Peer-to-Peer Name Resolution Protocol Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Recovery Disk Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Windows PowerShell Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes


Windows Server 2008 System Requirements:


This software is intended for evaluation and deployment planning purposes only. If you plan to install the software on your primary computer, it is recommended that you back up your existing data prior to installation.

To use Windows Server 2008, you need:





• Minimum: 1 GHz (x86 processor) or 1.4 GHz (x64 processor)
• Recommended: 2 GHz or faster

Note: An Intel Itanium 2 processor is required for Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems.


• Minimum: 512 MB RAM
• Recommended: 2 GB RAM or greater
• Maximum (32-bit systems): 4 GB (Standard) or 64 GB (Enterprise and Datacenter)
• Maximum (64-bit systems): 32 GB (Standard) or 1 TB (Enterprise and Datacenter) or 2 TB (Itanium-Based Systems)

Available Disk Space

• Minimum: 10 GB
• Recommended: 40 GB or greater

Note: Computers with more than 16 GB of RAM will require more disk space for paging, hibernation, and dump files.


DVD-ROM drive

Display and Peripherals

• Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution monitor
• Keyboard
• Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device


Actual requirements will vary based on your system configuration and the applications and features you choose to install. Processor performance is dependent upon not only the clock frequency of the processor, but the number of cores and the size of the processor cache. Disk space requirements for the system partition are approximate. Itanium-based and x64-based operating systems will vary from these disk size estimates. Additional available hard-disk space may be required if you are installing over a network. For more information, see the Windows Server product site.


Installation and Activation

Evaluating Windows Server 2008 software does not require product activation or entering a product key. Any edition of Windows Server 2008 may be installed without activation and evaluated for an initial 60 days.

If you need more time to evaluate Windows Server 2008, the 60-day evaluation period may be reset (or re-armed) three times, extending the original 60-day evaluation period by up to 180 days for a total possible evaluation time of 240 days. After this time, you will need to uninstall the software or upgrade to a fully-licensed version of Windows Server 2008.




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