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I am having difficulty setting up a new exchange server and adding it to an existing site.

My current exchange server is running 5.5

I attempted to setup a new server on a seperate machine using the 5.5 installation cd.  However, this is an upgrade cd only.  

So I attempted to first install 5.0.  However, when trying to add the server to the existing site the install program asks me for the site connector disk.

Where can I get this connector disk and is there a way around this?

Please advise.
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Try this, i THINK i understand you correctly.....

When attempting to install Exchange, it should come to page asking what components you want to install. "Exchange server" - "Admin tools" "books online" etc.-
try highlighting "Exchange Server", then click on "Change Option" and deselecting all of the connectors, then finish with the installation to see if it finishes this time.....

Hope this helps!
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