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How to install NT4 Server with integrated SP6a

A couple of years ago I found a procedure to create an integrated install directory but I have lost the link to that site.

The question is:

How do I "brute force" the SP6a Service Pack into a /i386 directory so I can install NT4SP6a in one shot?
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jzanette
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jzanette
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SunBowCommented:
I dunno. I went as far as SP5 and was happy enough. This sounds like what they are doing to IE. Have you looked at SP7? I heard it was out and would be preferred anyway, if you need to keep up to date on patches.

http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/nts/downloads/recommended/SP6/allSP6.asp

omigosh! Do ensure you really do have SP6a, after all!

I thought I also had alternatives bookmarked, like for ftp, but cannot find now. You might try a google that includes IE for the packages that are downloadable.
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hesCommented:
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eeeeekCommented:
hes pointed you the right way.

There is no way to have it installed with SP6a integrated; however, you can autmate it into your installation process so that it will install after NT4 is installed.

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