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A6.3.1 – See A1.3
A6.3.2 Product passes related Windows Logo Program testing
Product is submitted to the appropriate WHQL test program and passes all testing for the Windows Logo Program for hardware:
Windows Server 2003, Standard and Enterprise Editions: Pass tests in HCT 11.1 (or later), as described in detail in the WHQL Test Specification and the Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Test Kit 10.0 documentation.
See “Server Testing Overview” in the HCT documentation.
A220.127.116.11 All 66-MHz and 64-bit PCI buses in a server system comply with PCI 2.2 and other requirements.
If PCI buses that are 66 MHz, 64-bit, or both are present in a server system, all devices connected to these buses must meet the requirements defined in PCI 2.2 or later.
A18.104.22.168 PCI devices do not use the <1 MB BAR type.
Devices must take any 32-bit BAR address.
A6.4 Server System - Windows Experience
Design guidelines (reference only): http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/platform/server/
A6.4.1 Server supports additional requirements for PCI
All 64-bit PCI adapters must be able to address any location in the address space supported by the platform.
A server that supports more than 4 GB of memory must support a 64-bit PCI bus architecture.
A6.4.2 Server includes USB controller with at least one USB port
To facilitate the eventual migration away from legacy connections for keyboards, pointing devices, serial devices, and parallel devices, server designers must integrate USB functionality into their server platforms with the minimum support being one USB controller with at least one available USB port. USB ports must comply with the related USB requirements.
See A22.214.171.124 for exemptions for headless servers.
A126.96.36.199 All USB hardware complies with USB 1.1
All USB hardware present on a server system and USB devices, including hubs, must comply with USB 1.1 or later.
When a system has more than one host controller, each host controller must provide full bandwidth and isochronous support. Host controllers should be located on PCI to meet this requirement. The host controller providing USB 1.1 functionality must comply with the specifications for either Open Host Controller Interface (OpenHCI), published by Compaq, Microsoft, and National Semiconductor, or Universal HCI (UHCI), published by Intel. Hardware manufacturers who design to one of these
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