Adobe Flash Encoder on Windows Server 2003 and SDI inputs

Has anyone out there successfully installed and run the Adobe
Flash Encoder on a Windows Server 2003 system?
Also, will the Flash Encoder accept audio and video sourced
from an Osprey 2000 capture card using an SDI input?

Does anyone have any alternate I/O solutions for inputting
Composite, Component, SDI, XLR? I've beel looking for a rack
mounted box (preferably) that inputs accepts analog and digital
formats and outputs a firewire feed that can be input into my Flash
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