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What applications are restricted from running on Windows Web Server 2008?

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What applications are restricted from running on Windows Web Server 2008?

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A. Windows Web Server 2008 is designed specifically for dedicated Web serving needs, and its functionality has certain limitations as follows:Organizations cannot use Windows Web Server 2008 to deploy enterprise Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) services.Although computers running Windows Web Server 2008 can be members of an Active Directory service domain, Windows Web Server 2008 cannot be a domain controller. Consequently, organizations cannot use Windows Web Server 2008 alone to apply certain management features, including Group Policy, Software Restriction Policies, Remote Installation Services, Microsoft Metadirectory Services, DHCP, DNS, WINS, Internet Authentication Service, and others.All versions of Outlook Web Access (OWA) and Microsoft Exchange Server will not install on Windows Server 2003 Web Edition.

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