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Yeph, CD1 is Windows Server 2003 SP1 and CD2 is just the R2 Components.

And if you copy the CD2 root into CD1, R2 components slipstream during instalation and the CD1 size stays under 700MB. This way you can have only one CD that installs Server 2003 SP1 with R2 components allready slipstreamed :D

Good luck

André Casal

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Yeph, CD1 is Windows Server 2003 SP1 and CD2 is just the R2 Components.

And if you copy the CD2 root into CD1, R2 components slipstream during instalation and the CD1 size stays under 700MB. This way you can have only one CD that installs Server 2003 SP1 with R2 components allready slipstreamed :D

Good luck

André Casal

Really? Thats it? No modifying txtsetup.sif or dosnet.inf? Interesting...

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You need 2 CD, the downloaded trail Win2003 is enterprise edn. You need to install the trial ver win2003 on the 1st CD and update to R2 using 2nd CD. Trial ver is 160 days. :lol:

The cd-key on the trial CD will not work on you present win 2003. You need to get the CD from you suppliers. :yes:

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