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Slipstream Windows Server 2003 s/ SP1

Posted on 2005-04-18
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Has anyone been able to successfully slipstream Windows Server 2003 w/SP1?  The slipstream seemed to go fine until it was time install the OS.  After the boot, it asked for the original cd-rom?  Basically, looking for someone who has a proven method for slipstreaming server 2003 w/ SP1.  Thanks
Question by:craryg
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Lazarus earned 500 total points
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Although, I have not yet made a slipstreamed version of this myself, there are alot of articles on the Internet for this one in particular. Some here:


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