Compatibility on Windows Server 2003

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Poch, Jan 4, 2004.

  1. Poch

    Poch Guest

    Can you run Photoshop on Windows Server 2003?

    Thanks and regards, Poch
     
    Poch, Jan 4, 2004
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  2. Poch

    Eric Gill Guest

    "Poch" <> wrote in news:2uUJb.13115$Od5.12329@news-
    binary.blueyonder.co.uk:

    > Can you run Photoshop on Windows Server 2003?


    Yes.

    You won't get it to recognize more than 2GB of RAM, though.
     
    Eric Gill, Jan 4, 2004
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  3. Poch

    Hecate Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jan 2004 17:35:02 GMT, Eric Gill <>
    wrote:

    >"Poch" <> wrote in news:2uUJb.13115$Od5.12329@news-
    >binary.blueyonder.co.uk:
    >
    >> Can you run Photoshop on Windows Server 2003?

    >
    >Yes.


    But why would you want to? :)

    >You won't get it to recognize more than 2GB of RAM, though.


    Have to wait for Longhorn :)

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    Hecate

    veni, vidi, reliqui
     
    Hecate, Jan 5, 2004
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  4. Poch

    Eric Gill Guest

    Hecate <> wrote in
    news::

    > On Sun, 04 Jan 2004 17:35:02 GMT, Eric Gill <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>"Poch" <> wrote in news:2uUJb.13115$Od5.12329@news-
    >>binary.blueyonder.co.uk:
    >>
    >>> Can you run Photoshop on Windows Server 2003?

    >>
    >>Yes.

    >
    > But why would you want to? :)


    3GB of application memory instead of 2.

    Waitaminute, you know this.

    Cut me some slack, woman. I'm fighting some sort of low-grade respitory
    infection and am about as sharp as a baseball bat.

    >>You won't get it to recognize more than 2GB of RAM, though.

    >
    > Have to wait for Longhorn :)


    Ech. Don't say that word in a public forum.
     
    Eric Gill, Jan 5, 2004
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  5. Poch

    Hecate Guest

    On Mon, 05 Jan 2004 02:19:32 GMT, Eric Gill <>
    wrote:

    >Hecate <> wrote in
    >news::
    >
    >> On Sun, 04 Jan 2004 17:35:02 GMT, Eric Gill <>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>>"Poch" <> wrote in news:2uUJb.13115$Od5.12329@news-
    >>>binary.blueyonder.co.uk:
    >>>
    >>>> Can you run Photoshop on Windows Server 2003?
    >>>
    >>>Yes.

    >>
    >> But why would you want to? :)

    >
    >3GB of application memory instead of 2.
    >
    >Waitaminute, you know this.
    >
    >Cut me some slack, woman. I'm fighting some sort of low-grade respitory
    >infection and am about as sharp as a baseball bat.


    Sorry. ;-) But I always see server OSs as something you don't run
    apps like PS on.

    Hope you're better soon :)

    >>>You won't get it to recognize more than 2GB of RAM, though.

    >>
    >> Have to wait for Longhorn :)

    >
    >Ech. Don't say that word in a public forum.


    LOL! I'm really looking forward to having access to a terabyte of
    RAM. Even PS should speed up with that :)

    Mind you, I have seen screen shots of the new GUI, so I can understand
    why you said that :)

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    Hecate

    veni, vidi, reliqui
     
    Hecate, Jan 6, 2004
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  6. Poch

    Eric Gill Guest

    Hecate <> wrote in
    news::

    > On Mon, 05 Jan 2004 02:19:32 GMT, Eric Gill <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>Hecate <> wrote in
    >>news::
    >>
    >>> On Sun, 04 Jan 2004 17:35:02 GMT, Eric Gill <>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>"Poch" <> wrote in news:2uUJb.13115$Od5.12329@news-
    >>>>binary.blueyonder.co.uk:
    >>>>
    >>>>> Can you run Photoshop on Windows Server 2003?
    >>>>
    >>>>Yes.
    >>>
    >>> But why would you want to? :)

    >>
    >>3GB of application memory instead of 2.
    >>
    >>Waitaminute, you know this.
    >>
    >>Cut me some slack, woman. I'm fighting some sort of low-grade respitory
    >>infection and am about as sharp as a baseball bat.

    >
    > Sorry. ;-) But I always see server OSs as something you don't run
    > apps like PS on.


    The base of all modern Windows is a server OS. Though I never want to see
    NT again in this lifetime.

    > Hope you're better soon :)


    Well, it got worse, now seems to be lot better, thanks.

    >>>>You won't get it to recognize more than 2GB of RAM, though.
    >>>
    >>> Have to wait for Longhorn :)

    >>
    >>Ech. Don't say that word in a public forum.

    >
    > LOL! I'm really looking forward to having access to a terabyte of
    > RAM. Even PS should speed up with that :)


    64-bit WindowsXP, due out "any time now" should give you that, plus being
    able to use other 64-bit features.

    Like I said, though - Photoshop will have to re-coded to use it, too.

    > Mind you, I have seen screen shots of the new GUI, so I can understand
    > why you said that :)


    Oh, you just don't know. I've played with a recent beta. Gack.

    I slam Apple for making pretty first and everything else second, but M$
    has gone off the deep end and cannot make "pretty" to save their lives.
    Longhorn's UI is horrid beyond belief, both ugly and unfunctional.

    I weep for the future.
     
    Eric Gill, Jan 6, 2004
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