Another employee (possibly a former employee) installed Windows 2003 Server on several machines in the office. These versions of 2003 Server are evaluation BETA versions. Installing a beta version of anything on our network (or any network for that matter) is a no-no and I don't have to tell you installing an evaluation copy on a network server is a no-no. It is a good thing that the server that now has 2003 is a internal network server and isn't THAT important although it is somewhat important because it houses lots of our documents that we write every day along with employees My Document's folders (but these can be backed up so it isn't that big of a problem). Not to mention I backup these files on my own about once a month. The deal is I need to install Windows 200 Server back on these computers and as I told the owner we are probably going to have to completely reinstall Windows 2000 from scratch because you can't really "downgrade". So I was wondering if anyone knows of some kind of trick that I can use to do this before I go formatting that Windows partition and reinstalling Windows 2000 then having to reinstall the network and re-setup everything. I would like to be able to keep the network settings without having to redo them but I dont think I am going to have any choice. Though if someone has any ideas please let me know. The guy that did this also "forgot" his admin password and went on vacation in Canada where he is from and is now stuck in Canada because of problems with his VISA so I am stuck fixing his screwups. Thanks in advance.