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I would like to know which way of installation is recommended for windows 2003 r2 installation?  I mean

First Install Windows 2003 with Service pack 1 and then Windows Update and then install R2
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First Install Windows 2003 With Service Pack 1 and then install R2 and then Windows Update

Please let me know.
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Hi liji77,

do you have an R2 install disk? if yes then just install as its incorporated - if not then option A

Cheers!
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