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DNS INSTALL PROBLEM

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I am having a problem installing dns on a install of windows 2003 server it keeps looking for a file called "dnsetw.mof"  I do not another dns server to install it from and have not been able to find the file anywhere on the CD or original install.  Your help will be greatly appreciated
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basically look here C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386
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Thanks I saw that but being that this is a oem install I am guessing that I need to reinstall sp1.  At present I do not have that directory C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386
thanks for the help
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--------OK heres one of my server http://www.petenetlive.com/upload/dnsetw.zip
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Thank you Very MUCH
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LOL - np has it asked for anything else? or are you OK now?
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