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which application I will need ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by igoldman, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. igoldman

    igoldman Regular Pleskian

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    hi for all.

    I am going to open hosting company.

    1U rackmount based server
    P4 - 2800 MHZ with 1 GB ram (DDR 400 MHZ).
    2xSATA HD in RAID 1
    HD= Western digital 80 GB with 8 MB memory buffer


    Now my question is , which programs I will have to install in the server ?

    I already have all those programs (I am MSDN UNIVERSAL subscriber)
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    Exchange Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (English)
    ISA Server 2004 Standard Edition (English)
    SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition (English)
    SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition (English)
    Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (English)
    Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (English)
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    which OS do you suggest me to install ?
    Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
    OR
    Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
    OR
    ISA Server 2004 Standard Edition (English)



    which SQL server do you suggest me to install ?
    SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition (English)
    OR
    SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition (English)


    I would like to offer for clients an email packages (POP3 with the ability to make a login to there account via a web platform and also via outlook


    so what do you suggest me ?
    thanks to all who trying to help me.
     
  2. renhack

    renhack Guest

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    Your question is kind of odd. Why would you install anything but enterprise if you in fact have the licenses to support them.

    Unless you plan on having mssql on a seperate box than your webserver you cant use win2003 web. You have to have standard or higher to support mssql on the same machine.

    Also, if you have access to win2003 ent it becomes the better choice because you can set resource limits per application pools. Depending on your experience you may never leverage this feature anyway.

    Unless your a true DBA you'll get relatively few benefits using enterprise sql over standard. Depends if you want to get into the analytical game or not. Other benefits might be application hosting on enterprise but if your planning on doing that in a shared environment using plesk your barking up the wrong tree.

    -r
     
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