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Because of another application I must run on this server, I must downgrade back to Server 2000. What is the cleanest and best way to accomplish this retrograde?
I presume you did not do a full system backup of your Server 2000 system/boot drive before upgrading to Server 2003? If you did, just restore your Server 2000 backup. If not, then backup all your application data files and re-install Sever 2000 as if it was a new install. Then re-install your application and restore the data files.
Another possibility is to check with your application vendor and see if they have a version that works with Server 2003.
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