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What does "advanced" mean in "Advanced Server 2003"? [message #317305] Wed, 30 April 2008 07:21 Go to next message
soujanya_srk
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This is not an oracle question, but I am asking this to get an
opinion of others here..

I was going through a friend's resume, where in the Environment
section of one of the projects, its mentioned as

Windows Server 2000/Advanced server 2003

now if you remove Windows Server 2000 from the above,
what does "Advanced server 2003" individually mean?


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Re: what is the meaning of Advanced server 2003? [message #317315 is a reply to message #317305] Wed, 30 April 2008 07:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Wrong forum
Wrong subforum (Managing and Administering the Oracle RDBMS).
You know it - you don't care - I lock (any other moderator can change that if (s)he thinks it is not appropriate).

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Advanced Server 2003 [message #317323 is a reply to message #317305] Wed, 30 April 2008 08:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
soujanya_srk
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I think I can ask this question here atleast !

I was going through a friend's resume, where in the Environment
section of one of the projects, its mentioned as

Windows Server 2000/Advanced server 2003

now if you remove Windows Server 2000 from the above,
what does "Advanced server 2003" individually mean?

does it make any sense?
Re: Advanced Server 2003 [message #317346 is a reply to message #317323] Wed, 30 April 2008 14:42 Go to previous message
Littlefoot
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The fact is that your question has nothing to do with Oracle. We may discuss, for example, problems regarding Oracle database installation on MS Windows Advanced Server 2003 or similar, but not general Windows questions. We try to keep this forum Oracle-related, so - please, use Google and search for answer elsewhere (possibly even on one of many MS Windows-related forums).

I'm sorry, but this is the OraFAQ Forum policy and your topic will remain locked. If you, however, feel that it should be unlocked in order to continue discussion, report this message to moderator or send a private message to any active moderator. If you choose to do so, convince us that it should be done.

Finally, please, do not open another topic with the same question in another OraFAQ Forum. Locking or deleting this topic might not be the last act towards such a behaviour.
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