OK. And about the Oracle compatible.
Only create a new windows 2000 service is necessary, any upgrade of
database is require. Is it Correct ?


Breno A. K. Magnago mailto:breno_at_mercantilsoares.com.br

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Thursday, February 06, 2003, 4:39:17 PM, you wrote:

HS> First off I am an NT/Win2k admin and I fully agree with you Jared. Blow the
HS> partition and start from zero, you'll be happy you did.

HS> Scott

HS> First off, I am not an NT/Win2k admin, and don't even play one on TV.

HS> The advice from every SA I've asked about this, and from searching the
HS> web,
HS> is don't do it. Rebuild the box. There are remnants of NT left if you do
HS> an
HS> upgrade, and you don't really want that, do you?

HS> Jared

HS> "Breno A. K. Magnago"
HS> Sent by: root_at_fatcity.com
HS> 02/06/2003 08:54 AM
HS> Please respond to ORACLE-L

HS> To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
HS> cc:
HS> Subject: Update NT to 2000 Server

HS> Hello,

HS> I'd like to update my server (Windows NT) to Windows 2000 Server.
HS> I have a Oracle Database 9i in this machine.
HS> Does anyone know any kind of problem in this operation (database
HS> compatible) ?

HS> Thank.

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