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FMServer and Windows 2003 server

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Anyone know of any conflicts with FMServer and Windows 2003 server? Has anyone used this setup? We are planning on installing Windows 2003 server on our new servers. It gave us good performance boosts with SQL Server and we are hoping the same with FMP.

John

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FM server is best performing on single CPU with client, NOT SERVER software e.g. NT4 or Win2000 client.

Just set priorities to "Background tasks".

FMS needs fastest possible disks e.g. SCSI.

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I've got "The FileMaker Server service terminated with service-specific error 50 (0x32)." when trying to start FileMaker Server service on Windows 2003 (trial). So, I can not use FileMaker Server. Anyone know how to fix it.

Pt

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There is one school in Australia that is running FM on Win2003 Server. We are about to try it also and will advise the outcome.

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If that error is what I think it is, You may still have FM Server running on another machine and you have installed the same licensed copy on the new trial machine.

Try turning off FM Server on the machine still in use and then try to start FM server.

I had the same issue when I was converting a server a couple of years ago and it finally struck me that's what it was..

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