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Many XP drivers (though not necessarily those for the devices you've listed) are also compatible with Server 2003. Those that are it will say so at the download source (except maybe at the Acer website since they don't support it). If Acer can't help you, you'll have to try and get them from each device manufacturer's website. And, of course, Server 2003 has it's own driver library on disc. It will install these if they match the hardware it detects during installation.
It's very much a "suck it and see" situation here. After installing Server 2003 you may find some of those devices you listed have already been set up and are working already. That is unless all those devices are new models which didn't exist when Server 2003 was released. In that case you could also install the latest Service Pack for it, which may add more drivers for newer devices amongst other fixes.
SP2 for Windows Server 2003: http://technet.micro...r/bb229701.aspx
Google is always at hand to search for a specific driver provided you know the make/model of the device.
Edited by pip22, 28 April 2008 - 10:15 AM.