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how many CD's should my S/W have?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by big-brother, Jul 29, 2006.

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  1. big-brother

    big-brother Thread Starter

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    Hi all,

    Please reply if you know how many CD's there should be in any of the S/W's listed below.

    I have bought a number of uninstalled software with the network license. i WAS INSTALLING BACKOFFICE WHEN IT ASKED FOR A CD I DID NOT HAVE.

    I HAVE BACKOFFICE SMALL BUSINESS SERVER WHICH COMES IN FIVE CD'S BUT THE ONE I BOUGHT WHICH IS (4.5 UPGRADE) HAD ONLY 3 CD'S. Do I need to install 4.0 first or just install the upgrade?

    CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME HOW MANY CD,S THE FOLLOWING SOFTWARE SHOULD HAVE?

    Microsoft BackOffice SmallBusiness Server 4.5 Upgrade,

    ARCServefor netware Enterprise Edition,

    Veritas Backup Exec for windows NT and 2000 Version 8.6

    FaxWare by Tobit Software Version 5

    Novell BorderManager

    Novell GroupWise Version 5

    Novell NetWare 3.12 and 4.1

    Novell ManageWise 2.6 and Z.E.N works 1.1

    Novell IntranetWare Upgrade (includes Netware 4.11 inside)

    Windows NT4.0 Workstation

    I have a number of upgrade CD's with Novell stuff but seems am short on original CD's.
    Do you install Novell first and then upgrade or is the upgrade the complete software?
     
  2. Jimmy the Hand

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    Windows NT 4.0 Workstation is 1 CD. Service Packs may be on other CDs, but they are downloadable as well.
    Don't know about the others.
     
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