What is the main purpose of having Windows Server 2000 iso?

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Hello fellows,

What is the main purpose of having Windows Server 2000 iso? From the word server maybe it is referring to a network set up or configuration, I was asked by our system administrator to fix some bugs in the network system but I can’t seem to find the problem between Windows Server 2000 and iso files. I need to know more about this to solve this issue. Thanks.

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Jeffrey.

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What is the main purpose of having Windows Server 2000 iso?

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The main reason is because alot of companies never saw the need to upgrade to a newer version of a server. Another good reason is for testing purposes between different servers as well as versions and on different computers to determine which one will serves your needs best. The iso also comes in handy when downgrading a workstation to a server.

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