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#2366 27-Sep-2004 12:11
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Well, my initial impression is that the Billionton BT drivers work in Windows Server 2003.

I downloaded from http://61.71.104.13/drivers/1.4.2.11-N/1.4.2.11-N.zip

Unfortunately, I don't have my BT dongle handy so I can't test it. However, the drivers installed without any problems and didn't complain about having an incorrect licence.

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#8922 27-Sep-2004 12:46
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I am under the impressions that 1.4 and up should work ok on Windows Server 2003. Since I'm running my test server on a Virtual PC on my Windows XP Pro machine I can't really say...

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#8930 27-Sep-2004 16:55
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Yeah I thought that too, but if you try to install the BT drivers from DSE, you get the licence error. The Billionton ones don't seem to have the same constraint.

UPDATE:

Tried it last night and these drivers work fine on Windows Server 2003.

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