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Seagate Info 7 - can it run on Windows 2000 server?

Seagate Info 7 - can it run on Windows 2000 server?

Seagate Info 7 - can it run on Windows 2000 server?

(OP)
We need to move Seagate Info 7 to another server and was wondering if I can run Seagate Info 7 on Windows 2000 server?  We have been running it for about 4 years on Windows NT and are in the process of upgrading to Crystal Enterprise 9.  The Seagate Info 7 server is dying and need to move it off to another server until the CE9 implementation is complete.  Any help on anyone out there running SI7 on Windows 2000 would be appreciated.

Regards,
Bessebo

RE: Seagate Info 7 - can it run on Windows 2000 server?

(OP)
Thank You.  They say SI7 has not been tested with Windows 2000 so I will use NT for the time being.

Regards,
Bessebo

RE: Seagate Info 7 - can it run on Windows 2000 server?

SI7 was tested, but only the Maintenance Release 2.

I think that I ran it on Windows 2000 Server at a contract a couple of years ago.

But if it ain't broke...

-k

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