Jira on Windows server 2003

Hi All

Is there any limitation of hosting Jira on windows server 2003 instead of windows server 2008?

I am currently in a dilemma. If there is any significant drawback then I will plan to migrate my jira on 2008.

Rahul

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There's nothing that directly affects Jira.

As long as your server runs a supported JDK, then you are fine.

(See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA052/Supported+Platforms although I'm guessing that you're on 5.2)

Thanks Nic for your response.
Rahul

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