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Posted on 2001-08-17
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I am trying to setup RIS. I have 2000Server setup on one drive, and have formated NFTS on another where I would like my files stored. I have the 2000 Pro installation files folder setup. Now I am trying add another image to the Server. When trying to run RIPREP, I am recieving an error saying that this is only good for 2000 pro.

Do I have to setup 2000 Pro on the other drive for this to work? Any other ideas?

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RIS only supports Windows 2000 Professional.  You cannot use RIS/RIPREP to image servers.
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type risetup in start> run and follow teh wizard
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