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› question › installation-hp-windows-serveron-dell. Note This issue occurs when you try to install Windows 7, Windows Server R2, Each ISO file that you download from the MSDN Subscriber Downloads. Any ideas on how to perform the install?I was able to install on a physical box by creating a bootable usb installer using a freeware.
 
 

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[SOLVED] Download link for windows 64 bit. – Windows Server End of Life – Windows Server 2019

 

Is there a location this can be ordered or downloaded? With Server Enterprise R2 being end of life, Dell no longer maintains stock of it.

We therefore truly need the original Dell disk. You could try looking on auction sites to see if someone is offering the disks.

Assuming you have a license sticker with key on the server, in theory any OEM media would work, but depending on the server it may need a minimum service pack level to install though you can add a service pack yourslef with tools like nLite if you have the OEM media.

Remember that you purchase a license – the right to use the software – you do NOT purchase or own the software itself. So, you should already have the license – you just need the installation media. Microsoft sets the rules for OEM’s for things such as media distribution, and while yes, it is Dell’s responsibility to distribute the media, how long is feasible to stock it? Should I be able to call Dell and request Windows 98 media for my first computer?

Sure, it would be nice if they did, but Microsoft does not require that of OEM’s and their policy likely already adheres to any applicable laws , so likely none do it voluntarily as simply a favor to the customer. Dell stopped stocking media 4 years ago, and it isn’t just them.

Also, Dell doesn’t distribute authentic retail Microsoft OS media hologram , and if they did, it would come with a Retail key, and there wouldn’t be an issue activating. So, if the media has been lost, you just need to find it I have the same problem too but mine is R2 Standard. Not trying to get into the politics of this at all so not going to bite on that.

I have looked on ebay, have even searched torrent sites, and no luck. I’ll even come right out and say «Shame on us for losing the disk in the first place. Having exhausted checking local tech firms, schools, eBay, and a shady guy named Guido who has been known to locate items from time to time; I am asking this community if anyone can help.

It doesn’t really matter if I believe Dell should have a 10 year old CD or not; it doesn’t change the fact that they don’t. I could be angry at Microsoft, but anger at Microsoft isn’t going to magically produce a disk out of thin air either.

So the question remains: «Does anyone here have the disk, and a willingness to put the ISO out somewhere I can download it, or burn a copy and send to me? That just tells me its activated. Use this site to get keys, the Datacenter keys are not going to install on Standard installation. Thank you for your reply. Other than the Hierarchical Volume License Keys which some can install on different editions, most keys just install on one edition.

Standard keys will only install on Standard. Doesn’t really matter whether they are OEM or Retail. Office Office Exchange Server. Not an IT pro? Windows Server TechCenter. Sign in. United States English. Ask a question.

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Thanks very much, John. Thursday, June 17, PM. Hello SecondCity, To convert running an upgrade rather than a repair would be better but there is no guarentee that this will not affect the installed applications.

Proposed as answer by blurrnin Tuesday, December 12, AM. Would I still upgrade, even though I’d be running the same OS version? Thanks for the clarification, Darrell. I got excited when I saw Esteban’s suggestion, but figured there’d be some kind of catch.

I’m sorry if the information that I interpreted was wrong English is not my strongest skill : Esteban. Right, I had seen this KB article, as well.

I was wondering if it really applied to me, however, since I’m already running R2, not the original version of Server Hello, Well it’s my article so if there is any confusion it’s in the way I drafted the article. Hm, back to the issue at hand, then. Since I’m already running R2 SP2, does the «upgrade» option really do anything for me? Hello SecondCity, The upgrade option by running setup from CD1 of volume media, will allow you to enter a product key, when you do that it will change the channel to the media and product key being installed.

This will remove any OS updates, they will have to be reinstalled. Drivers may have be reinstalled after the upgrade.

Depending on the roles installed, some may migrate and some may not migrate properly. Thanks for the info : Esteban. Friday, June 18, AM. It’s been a year since your last message, may I ask what you ended up doing? Thanks, Geediu. Saturday, August 20, AM. Tuesday, November 22, PM. Thanks – not complaints – just observations – so, please don’t be put off by my comments. This was not allowed in prior versions of the OS.

This statement does not apply to Eval media. They may want to centralize on using only one activation strategy for thier company. Please let me know if you have any other ideas. Friday, March 9, PM. Hello itokman, There is no way to change the product key from one channel to another with Windows Server You would have to upgrade or do a clean installation to be able to change the product key from one channel to another with Windows Server Monday, March 12, PM.

 
 

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