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does ts server need cd on standard 2003 install

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Not a problem just a question, I am wanting to uninstall TS (cant install blackberry enterprise server without uninstalling TS) then install it back on here once BES is installed does anyone know if it will ask for the cd as i am doing this via vnc and i know the cd is not in there and i am not at the site

windows 2003 server standard
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No it won't require the CD, you can uninstall it using the add/remove windows components.
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yes it will ask for the cd. Best option is to copy the cd to the remote machine and then point it at the folder when it asks for the cd.
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it will ask for the cd on reinstall is what he is wondering i believe
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