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Thread: Windows 2003 Server Web Edition on box?

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    Hi guys

    Have any of you tried the Windows 2003 Server Web Edition on a box? How is it compared to The "normal" Windows 2003 Server, what are the advantages/disadvantages when running ex. uTorrent?

    Anything else worth knowing about the Web Edition?

    Thank's for any feedback!
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    only real difference is that the web edition only allows about 3 RDP versus the regular allows alot more.

    TBH the web version is alot cheaper to license and a great option for torrenting.


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    What its RDP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaRkAsM View Post

    TBH the web version is alot cheaper to license and a great option for torrenting.

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    The web edition is designed for exactly that web services, the difference is that it has all of the local control (Domain control, local user management CAL's) are disabled , these are things that are not needed on a webserver anyway so for a seedbox Web Ed is a far better choice since it consumes far less resources than the Std Ed, and runs only the services which are needed for a web server.

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    I used web edition for two month and didn't have any problem using utorrent.. ^^

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    Sorry for not replying earlier, but had some serious issues logging on to FST!!!

    I just thought that the web edition only allowed 10 concurrent connections?

    Can I still add users and use the Terminal services manager and so on? Is all the Admin tools available?

    Thank's a lot

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    Nah im pretty sure it dont allow 10 not web.
    3 diffenat users or 3 concurrent connections.

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