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Just installed win2k adv server, now i nedd to install sql server 7 and exch. server 7 but they are on a cd's set of ms BackOffice server 4.5 ie. starts installing NT4, how can i isolate sql server and others from those CDs.

many thanks

ahm
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Open your Windows EXPLORER and EXPLORE the CD rather than opening it.  This will prevent you from hitting the AUTORUN file and getting into the NT installer.

Then navigate to the SQL SERVER folder and run its installer.
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