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MS SQL 2005 installation on dedicated host server

Posted on 2007-03-21
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I have MS SQL 2005 CD.

I want to install MS SQL 2005 on a dedicated host server in a remote location.
But i can't drive to location and put CD in and install because its to far.

I need someone to tell what i can do to overcome this constraint
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why dont u put it in your local cd drive...share that cd drive..connect onto the sql server via remote desktop...and access your local cd drive via UNC

\\YourNotebook\cddrive
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because remote installation takes a long time.

I herd that you could probably create a ISO image. and then ftp ISO image to dedicated host.
And then extract ISO and download files.
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