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NT Server CD vs. NT Enterprise Server CD

By sgates ·
Can someone explain the difference to me between the NT server and NT enterprise server CD's? What functionality is gained by the enterprise CD? Is there a good place to find a definition on the internet?

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by DC1 In reply to NT Server CD vs. NT Enter ...

Enterprise server supports clustering, more memory, and support for more processors than standard NT server

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by McKayTech In reply to NT Server CD vs. NT Enter ...

The first answer is essentially correct - the data sheet for the Enterprise version can be found at:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/winnt/winntas/prodfact/ntsedata.asp

paul

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by dkpalmer In reply to NT Server CD vs. NT Enter ...

Note that Enterprise server supports the same 4Gigs that the standard Server supports. However, Enterprise supports 4GT, which allows you to use the /3GB switch in the Boot.ini to allocate 3Gigs to applicaitions and 1Gig to NT, rather than the default 2/2 split. Unfortunately, this does not work on all hardware configurations so check your manufacturer's specs to make sure your server/bios support and report a full 4Gigs.

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