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How do I get hold of W23SP1.exe?

Posted on 2006-07-07
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I need to "Slipstream" a win2003 Cd but I do not have the W23SP1.exe. I just have a filen named "WindowsServer2003-KB889101-SP1-x86-ENU.exe" Where do I find W23SP1.exe.
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If its a 329MB file (routghly) then that is the file you want.

In order to slipstream you need to copy the server files off the CD to your pc. Run the upsate on the share and then burn a new windows server disk.

http://www.petri.co.il/windows_2003_sp1_slipstreaming.htm

Has mor einformation.

Grabbing a copy of N-Lite of http://www.nliteos.com/ will greatly speed up the process as it will allow you to put other drivers on you need choose the service pack locations, customise the installation and then create a nice ISO for you ready to burn.
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Rename the file you have.  There is no such file as W23SP1.exe.

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