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Carl Maskelyne
2005-02-16, 15:55
Mine is running on W2003 server. Out of the box installation worked fine.
Runs well as a service have had the odd occasion (once a month) where I
might need to restart the service but otherwise fine.

Regards,

Carl Maskelyne
PaperPak Systems IT Manager
Mobile Telephone : 07971 659494
Attends website : www.attends.co.uk



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-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Bernard, Jr [mailto:sbernardjr (AT) gmail (DOT) com]
Sent: 16 February 2005 13:04
To: Slim Devices Discussion
Subject: [slim] SlimServer and Win 2003

On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 06:57:40 -0600, TimSmiley <TimSmiley (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote:
>
>
> Will SlimServer run on Windows 2003? Does the user have to be logged into
> the box to run the app, or does it run as a service? Are there supporting
> libraries that need to be installed?
>

Yeah, I ran it on a 2003 Server machine for a little while. Just use
the installer and check the box that says, "start automatically" and
it'll run as a service. To use the EXE version on Windows, you don't
need anything extra like Perl. All the Perl modules are included with
the distribution.

-Steve