It matters in terms of support. IBM will not give you support if you run it on Windows 2000 Professional. Otherwise, I have run it with that configuration before, and it worked fine. I would not suggest doing it for production in a large environment. Windows 2000 Server is designed to function with server processes and in a different manner than workstations. Heavy loads will bring this to light.
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