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WSS 2.0 (SS 2003) on Vista

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Good morning everyone:

I've a client who still runs and old Sharepoint 2003 version. He needs us to make an integration development to use SS 2003.

So, reading a bit I found the WSS 2.0, but when I try to install this on Windows Vista Enterprise, it doesn'et work, Vista says this product is blocked and there is no workaround.

I've checked the bamboo solutions WSS3.0 installation on Vista but it only works for WSS 3.0.

Any hints on how to install this WSS 2.0 for our development team will be appreciated or installing it on a Windows 2003 server is the only way???

Thanks a lot!.


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