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I am setting up a server to use MCMS 2002, just wondering if anyone knows the minimum system requirements for such an install?

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From http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms964274.aspx

The following list contains the recommended hardware to install and run MCMS 2002 on a single computer for evaluation.

 - PC with Pentium III-compatible or higher processor 
 - 1GB RAM 
 - 2GB free disk space (MCMS only) 
 - CD-ROM drive Network Interface Card

Essentially, it's so old now that any modern hardware will be well above the minimum spec.

This is the SECOND result when you search Google for mcms 2002 system requirements. StackExchange is a great network and ServerFault is a great community, but you really should try a bit harder next time.

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Its not the second result when I search for that, it must be nice to get perfect results. –  Jim B Dec 6 '11 at 16:31
@JimB not sure what to tell you. I'm more than happy to take a screen shot :) –  MDMarra Dec 6 '11 at 16:33
i.imgur.com/0bfOv.jpg –  MDMarra Dec 6 '11 at 16:35
With proper search terms it will be high on the list. There is some evidence that Google will "tailor" results based on your cookies, location, history, etc. so your results won't always match what you'll get later. But that's really no reason to snark about "perfect results" when the point is that minimum specs for this is a relatively simple thing to google out. –  Bart Silverstrim Dec 7 '11 at 15:16
@JimB www.google.com/search?q=mcms+2002+system+requirements does return that link as the second result for me (and several other people I've talked with). –  Chris S Dec 7 '11 at 15:20

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