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Server 2003 SP2 R2 2in1 disk

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I am creating DVD witch would include xp/2k3/2k/vista in one DVD9 and i dont know how to make work 2cd's installation on R2...

Any suggestions? :blushing:

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This isn't going to be a completely detailed, instruction based answer at the moment. But check out PowerPacker. It has the ability to not only make a multiboot disk, but to integrate other directories (like the ones on the 2nd disk) onto your install disk. I'm sure if you go to the forum for Powerpacker the creator, or someone there, will be happy to assist with how to do it with the PowerPacker.

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This isn't going to be a completely detailed, instruction based answer at the moment. But check out PowerPacker. It has the ability to not only make a multiboot disk, but to integrate other directories (like the ones on the 2nd disk) onto your install disk. I'm sure if you go to the forum for Powerpacker the creator, or someone there, will be happy to assist with how to do it with the PowerPacker.

I didnt catch how to use 2k3 in xp software...

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