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What is the executable for the Configure your server wizard in 2003?

Posted on 2005-04-08
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I just installed SP1 on my Server 2003 box and now when I logon as administrator I no longer get the "Configure Your Server" wizard.  I should see a shortcut to this under Administrative tools, but that is missing to.  
So what is the executable to run the configure your server wizard, and where is it located?  I cannot find it.

I need to add some roles and make it a member server, the wizard was the easiest way, but I can't find it.

Any suggestions?
Question by:bantillon
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Dera Luv2Smile,

I'm unable to locate cys.exe.  Also 'configure your server' option does not appear in the Administrative Tools pull down menu.

Can you help,?


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