I have a Windows 2000 Terminal Server and I need to upgrade to Windows Server 2003 R2. What path do I need to take to do an in-place upgrade? My only choice is an in-place upgrade in this scenario. Do I use a Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard CD or is there a special Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server CD or what OS or Path do I take? Thanks in advanced!
There is no special version of Windows Server 2003 for Terminal Services-- it's a single product. (Obviously, the "Edition" that you need-- Standard, Enterprise, etc, would be dictated by your requirements.)
The OS itself will upgrade in-place without issue. I'd be most concerned about the Terminal Services Licensing service, which you might be running on this machine (but could be running on another). Per Microsoft, a Windows 2000 Terminal Services Licensing Server will upgrade in-place to Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services Licensing.