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NT4 Server SP6a file choices

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The Microsoft website for SP6a (High Encryption) has two choices for download:  sp6i386.exe and sp6symi.exe - but no where on the page does it tell you the differences are.  The file size for sp6i386.exe is the same whether or not High Encryption is selected, but the sp6symi.exe is slightly different.  What is the differences in the 2 files - I assume more than High Encryption.

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You need the sp6i386.exe; the other one contains the symbols and are only interesting for developers.
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