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VS.NET Network Install

Hi Experts,

On our network we have all the files comming from the VS.NET 2003 cd's. But now we dont know anymore what directories and files came from what cd.
This is needed to be able to create a network install.
The 3 directories I have added are
VS2003\PRE
VS2003\VS
VS2003\MSDN

But now i dont know anymore what directories and files go in what direcotory I created. As ong as I dont know this I cant install the software anymore.

Could someone tell me how to proceed?

Regards,
Fouad Daniels
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FouadDanielsAuthor Commented:
almsote done now. got VS.Net installed but the MSDN wont install :-(

how to proceed?
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FouadDanielsAuthor Commented:
forgot to mention that the link provided by hes did work up to the msdn install point. so almoste perfect.
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hesCommented:
On the MSDN Library January 2000 edition or later, the NetCopy utility (NetCopy.exe) sets up a network install point. You can run NetCopy.exe from the MSDN Library Disc 1, and users can connect to the install point and run Setup. For more information, consult the Readmedn.htm file on the MSDN Library Disc 1.

See also:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;318453 *Expecially this one
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;271776
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