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Originally posted by flashwebhost Microsoft Server 2003 Web or Standard Edition ?
The machines which are currently racked (all with exception of the 2.66's) are running Web Edition. I can install Std. Edition on the two 2.66's if they're ordered today since the software installation isn't complete on those two servers yet. ($15/mo.) Otherwise they will have Web Edition loaded as well.
Why "Pentium 4 Celeron" ? Pentium and Celeron are two different CPU's by Intel ?
I was attempting to clarify that they are newer 478 pin CPU's