Server 2003 and 2003 R2 Downloads

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by EFA11, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    it isnt hard to get
    [NLD] Server 2003 R2 files

    it is hard to find people
    - ... who dont make f**king homebrew nonsense (like you)
    - ... who are willing to share files with others (they only beg and leech )
    - ... who are willing to collect other languages (unfortunately there are only egoists)

    no support for homebrew :p
     
  2. ExtremelyFancyUsername

    ExtremelyFancyUsername MDL Junior Member

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    #122 ExtremelyFancyUsername, Jul 5, 2019
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    Take it easy there you sperg, I don't collect every goddamn Windows version out there unlike you, nor do I make homebrew ISOs.

    HDD space isn't free either.

    EDIT: Found Server 2003 R2 NLD (true NLD, not some gay MUI BS) in my archives, seems to be a unaltered version too.
     
  3. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    i need key for installing server 2003 r2 datacenter x64
     
  4. coleoptere2007

    coleoptere2007 MDL Guru

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    Wrong place to ask for. We do not deliver any keys and will never. Ask on the dark side :p
     
  5. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    looking for srv2003 enterprise english....thank u

    op links are 404
     
  6. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    all this images are none boot u cant use rufus :(
     
  7. Nojus2001

    Nojus2001 MDL Novice

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    Thanks for the download links, now I can test them on all Server 2k3 editions
     
  8. iAmTechy

    iAmTechy MDL Novice

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    Wow, I just signed up and feel like I finally met some friends online. Cheers for the links!
     
  9. mdj2000

    mdj2000 MDL Novice

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    #131 mdj2000, Feb 14, 2020
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    Good morning to the whole community.

    I am here to write to ask you for help in finding a file that unfortunately I have lost from my MSDN collection and I can no longer find it on the internet in various forms. By chance, someone still owns this file in some archive.

    it_ws_2003_sp1.iso
    5A74FBAB683BD83209D00D142EF9D682A103263D
    it_windows_server_2003_sp2_x86_cd.iso
    115E7043E4D7CEB6EFC03F1C5B7968768D4A4B0D

    Sure of a positive feedback, I offer my best regards
     
  10. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    at the time you have it -> you dont share with us
    and now you lost yoour files
    tell me anny reason whhy we shoud share this files with you ???
    did you ever share files and / or help someone online?

    btw: 13 postings ~ 13 beg for files
    nice to notice
     
  11. Sako549

    Sako549 MDL Novice

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  12. mdj2000

    mdj2000 MDL Novice

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    @vanelle It is incredible how the web magnifies opinions. I would like to limit myself to silence but I try to report you in a polite way. If I'm here it's not because I don't want to share something but because it's gone I have it anymore. The reality of the fault would be given to the time and hardware that suddenly make you realize how fragile the digital line is. I have already written it in this forum somewhere else but I find it useful to reiterate it since you accuse easily without the necessary knowledge. A backup copy and maybe I wouldn't be here asking for files from a collection that unfortunately I no longer own. Indeed if you need something do not fail to let us know, maybe qulacuno can help you but not in your post. Anyway, thanks also for your opinion that we could definitely do without it so as not to fill the forum with unnecessary personal and non-constructive considerations, know it because it is not the number of posts but simply education. Also accept my thinking as such and respect it.
    @Sako549 thank you very much for your interest. I have already checked the collection on "The eye" and unfortunately it isn't there. It is obvious that I also thank them for the enormous work done and the huge amount of information collected.

    Of the request I found only a torrent of pratha prabhu no longer available, perhaps due to too much time

    Thank you and I remain available
     
  13. mdj2000

    mdj2000 MDL Novice

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    @Sako549 Thanks for spending a part of your time researching. I was results that I had already seen and unfortunately they do not contain what I am looking for. I will wait in some other gorge
     
  14. Sajjo

    Sajjo MDL Expert

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    #137 Sajjo, Feb 16, 2020
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    Stop hovering to collapse... Click to collapse... Hover to expand... Click to expand...
  15. Lioninstreet

    Lioninstreet MDL Novice

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    This is a bit of an out of the box question I'm going to ask. But I'm gambling that if anyone has the knowledge, it's someone here.

    I'm one of the die hard users of WHSv1, attempting to figure out how to get the Windows Embedded POS2009 updates to install on it. Please don't flame me for using an EOL OS & not just upgrading to s16 or s19 essentials. I know the risks and that SMB1 will always be there. Improving OS integrity is one of the reasons for my post and any constructive, applicable comments would surely be appreciated.

    Believe it or not, between 2014 & 2019 when POS2009 was in extended support, Microsoft developed an additional 227 standard, security & cumulative security updates as well as 42 .NET 2.0, 3.0, & 4.0 updates for the 5.1 kernel. I've downloaded them all and tried a manual install of one or two, but of course the system throws a pop up stating it's not applicable.

    I've also tried the obvious. First on a fully updated WHSv1 OS with the 236 s2k3r2 & WHSv1 updates that were available for it (thanks to the special purpose WHSv1 off-line installer the WSUS off line folks developed), I did the XP POS registry edit thinking maybe WUMT might simply identify & install the POS updates like it does on XP. Of course, no luck. Window's update won't do it either.

    So here's the question. I do know there's some minor differences between the 32bit XP and the s2k3r2 kernel. But how does Windows recognize if an update is applicable to the OS it is being installed on, and would it potentially be possible to do a direct hex hack to a XP POS update so it would install on WHSv1 (or S2k3r2 for that matter)?

    If this sounds like it might be possible (or at least worth trying), would any of you guys here be able to give me a little arrow pointing how to do it?
     
  16. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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