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NT Workstation vs. NT Server

Can I use NT Server to build a Peripheral Gateway instead of NT Workstation?

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Re: NT Workstation vs. NT Server

Yup. That is the preferred deployment model now for ICM (Server products rather than Workstation or Professional).


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Re: NT Workstation vs. NT Server

Yes. ICM PG's will run on NT Server or Workstation.

This is especially useful if you're using ICM's CTI Server on that same PG platform as NT Server provides more connectivity support (threads) than Workstation.

Also, if you plan to upgrade to Windows 2000 (with ICM 4.6.2) in the near future, you'll probably want to use Windows 2000 Server on all your platforms--Windows 2000 does not allow RAS connections (for remote support) to be configured on Windows 2000 Professional (workstation) devices. And, there is no direct upgrade tool from Microsoft to upgrade directly from NT Workstation to Windows 2000 Server--you'll have to flatten and rebuild the machine to go to Server in that case.

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