Windows Server 2003
|Version of Microsoft Windows|
|OS family||Windows NT|
|Preliminary name||Windows 2002|
Windows .NET Server 2003
|Architecture||x86, x64, ia64|
Windows Server 2003 is the server counterpart of Windows XP. It comes in editions like Datacenter, Web Server, Standard, Enterprise and Small Business (the latter is technically a separate version). It replaces Windows 2000 Server and was replaced by Windows Server 2008.
- 1 Codenames
- 2 Release 2
- 3 Other versions
- 4 Builds
- 5 References
Its internal codenames were either dotNET (.NET) Server (As evidenced in the Windows buildtree, where its source is located at D:\dnsrv) and during the development of Windows XP, it was codenamed Whistler Server.
An interim release was made, under the name Windows Server 2003 R2 on 2005-12-06.
As well as the standard Windows Server 2003, several other editions were built on the NT5.2 kernel, including Storage Server 2003 R2 (released 2006-03-05), Compute Cluster Server 2003 (released 2006-06-09), Small Business Server 2003 R2 (released 2006-09-01) and Unified Data Storage Server 2003 (released 2006-12-05).
Service Pack 1 Beta
Service Pack 1 RC
Service Pack 1
Service Pack 2 Beta
Service Pack 2
This version is Windows Storage Server 2003 R2.
Compute Cluster Server
- Beta 2 release of Compute Cluster Server.
- Compute Cluster Server CTP, released in 2006-02.
- Compute Cluster Server RTM release.