I currently have LMS 2.2, fully patched. Originally we purchased LMS 2.0 and upgraded with the upgraded kits to version 2.2
We are upgrading to LMS 2.5 and ordered the LMS 2.2 to 2.5 upgrade kit. I have a brand new Windows 2003 server from which to install the software.
I have to install from scratch, meaning that I have to begin with LMS 2.0 and progressively patch to 2.2, then install the 2.5 upgrade kit.
The only problem is, LMS 2.0 (CD one 4th Ed) does not recognide windows 2003 server as being a compatible OS and throws back an error informing me that it will only install on Windows 2000 with SP1a.....
This is very annoying. Have cisco not released an updated installation patch / tool that can help me out with this ? If not, it seems to me that the only way around this is to remove windows 2003 server and run it off windows 2000.
I really wanted the server to be as up to date as possible, with 2003 server.
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