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OK to install on windows 2000?


john norris (20723441) | asked Feb 04 '08, 10:26 a.m.
I notice in the install instructions that the supported opsys are Win XP and RedHat Linux enterprise.
Has anyone tried with WIndows 2000?
What will go wrong if Windows 2000 is used?

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yu wang (4886144) | answered Feb 15 '08, 1:38 a.m.
It work well on window 2000
I installed on win2k with derby or DB2.

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Jakub Jurkiewicz (59632) | answered Feb 15 '08, 10:25 a.m.
I notice in the install instructions that the supported opsys are Win XP and RedHat Linux enterprise.
Has anyone tried with WIndows 2000?
What will go wrong if Windows 2000 is used?

When it is said that something is not supported it doesn't mean that it wouldn't work ;) You just cannot expect the support.

kind regards,
Jakub

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Peter Kirschner (8152) | answered Feb 19 '08, 1:59 a.m.
One thing we recognized on our W2K installations were missing dlls. gdiplus and .net framework. These libraries are common for developer pc's but were not installed on our corporate standard pcs. So we have ~15 people with W2K using IE6 for WebUI and RCP and both are working well.

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