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=?Utf-8?B?U3VzYW5uZSBTdMO2aHI=?= 10-24-2006 09:07 AM

Is headless support provided?
 
Could somone please tell me whether the 64-bit XP already supports headless
operating? Or will only server editions of 64-bit Windows provide support for
headless operating as indicated in the article 'Designing for 64-bit Windows'
at www.microsoft.com?

Specifically, I am interested whether I can remove the video controller. Our
BIOS will support use without the video card present.

Regards,
Susanne

Charlie Russel - MVP 10-24-2006 05:09 PM

Re: Is headless support provided?
 
I honestly don't know, but I would not expect it to work in XP. Given that
XP is not supposed to be a server operating system, the case for headless is
not terribly compelling. But, given that XP x64 is based on Server 2k3 SP1
code, you might get lucky. But I doubt it would be considered a supported
scenario.

--
Charlie.
http://msmvps.com/xperts64


"Susanne Stöhr" <Susanne Stöhr@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:FC00EE30-17DE-4590-BEA7-26875A7B7FFE@microsoft.com...
> Could somone please tell me whether the 64-bit XP already supports
> headless
> operating? Or will only server editions of 64-bit Windows provide support
> for
> headless operating as indicated in the article 'Designing for 64-bit
> Windows'
> at www.microsoft.com?
>
> Specifically, I am interested whether I can remove the video controller.
> Our
> BIOS will support use without the video card present.
>
> Regards,
> Susanne



Darrell Gorter[MSFT] 10-24-2006 08:59 PM

Re: Is headless support provided?
 
Hello,
It should work as far as I know. I think the same code for running
headless exists on both client and server.
For example embedded Windows XP would have to support running headless.
We are just talking running headless right or are we also asking about
running EMS?
Thanks,
Darrell Gorter[MSFT]

This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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<> Could somone please tell me whether the 64-bit XP already supports
<> headless
<> operating? Or will only server editions of 64-bit Windows provide
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<> for
<> headless operating as indicated in the article 'Designing for 64-bit
<> Windows'
<> at www.microsoft.com?
<>
<> Specifically, I am interested whether I can remove the video controller.
<> Our
<> BIOS will support use without the video card present.
<>
<> Regards,
<> Susanne
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=?Utf-8?B?U3VzYW5uZSBTdMO2aHI=?= 10-25-2006 06:35 AM

Re: Is headless support provided?
 
Thank you for answering. Headless support is supported in the current Windows
XP Professional - so I just hope that the support continues. If someone has
got some information you are welcome to post it!

Regards,
Susanne


=?Utf-8?B?U3VzYW5uZSBTdMO2aHI=?= 10-25-2006 06:38 AM

Re: Is headless support provided?
 
Hello,

it is true that Windows XP embedded supports running headless. And I am just
talking about running headless and not about running EMS. We have to know for
sure now as the current hardware design depends on this information.

Greetings
Susanne Stöhr

""Darrell Gorter[MSFT]"" wrote:

> Hello,
> It should work as far as I know. I think the same code for running
> headless exists on both client and server.
> For example embedded Windows XP would have to support running headless.
> We are just talking running headless right or are we also asking about
> running EMS?
> Thanks,
> Darrell Gorter[MSFT]
>
> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
> --------------------
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> is
> <not terribly compelling. But, given that XP x64 is based on Server 2k3 SP1
> <code, you might get lucky. But I doubt it would be considered a supported
> <scenario.
> <
> <--
> <Charlie.
> <http://msmvps.com/xperts64
> <
> <
> <"Susanne Stöhr" <Susanne Stöhr@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message
> <news:FC00EE30-17DE-4590-BEA7-26875A7B7FFE@microsoft.com...
> <> Could somone please tell me whether the 64-bit XP already supports
> <> headless
> <> operating? Or will only server editions of 64-bit Windows provide
> support
> <> for
> <> headless operating as indicated in the article 'Designing for 64-bit
> <> Windows'
> <> at www.microsoft.com?
> <>
> <> Specifically, I am interested whether I can remove the video controller.
> <> Our
> <> BIOS will support use without the video card present.
> <>
> <> Regards,
> <> Susanne
> <
> <
>
>


Darrell Gorter[MSFT] 10-26-2006 04:37 PM

Re: Is headless support provided?
 
Hello Susanne,
I checked to just to make sure. Yes if the hardware supports it, Windows
XP x64 edition supports running headless
Thanks,
Darrell Gorter[MSFT]

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< Susanne Stöhr
<
<""Darrell Gorter[MSFT]"" wrote:
<
<> Hello,
<> It should work as far as I know. I think the same code for running
<> headless exists on both client and server.
<> For example embedded Windows XP would have to support running headless.
<> We are just talking running headless right or are we also asking about
<> running EMS?
<> Thanks,
<> Darrell Gorter[MSFT]
<>
<> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
rights
<> --------------------
<> <From: "Charlie Russel - MVP" <charlie@mvKILLALLSPAMMERSps.org>
<> <References: <FC00EE30-17DE-4590-BEA7-26875A7B7FFE@microsoft.com>
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that
<> <XP is not supposed to be a server operating system, the case for
headless
<> is
<> <not terribly compelling. But, given that XP x64 is based on Server 2k3
SP1
<> <code, you might get lucky. But I doubt it would be considered a
supported
<> <scenario.
<> <
<> <--
<> <Charlie.
<> <http://msmvps.com/xperts64
<> <
<> <
<> <"Susanne Stöhr" <Susanne Stöhr@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote
in
<> message
<> <news:FC00EE30-17DE-4590-BEA7-26875A7B7FFE@microsoft.com...
<> <> Could somone please tell me whether the 64-bit XP already supports
<> <> headless
<> <> operating? Or will only server editions of 64-bit Windows provide
<> support
<> <> for
<> <> headless operating as indicated in the article 'Designing for 64-bit
<> <> Windows'
<> <> at www.microsoft.com?
<> <>
<> <> Specifically, I am interested whether I can remove the video
controller.
<> <> Our
<> <> BIOS will support use without the video card present.
<> <>
<> <> Regards,
<> <> Susanne
<> <
<> <
<>
<>
<



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