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WinServer 2003 SBS  SMTP

Larry Brister
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Last Modified: 2010-04-19
I need to load SMTP on my Win 2003 SBS.

My CD's are onsite..ellsewhere.

Can I download that from somewhere?? ...it's asking me fro CD2.
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You need the CD.
Or is the site is in your AD you can have someone put it in a CD drive of a machine there.  After that RDP into the machine.  Share out that drive calling it CD for its share name.  Then on the server you need SMTP on that needs the disk map a network drive to that machine in Explorer.  \\computer name\CD.  If a trust is was configure between the sites then use \\computer name.domain.com\CD.  If it is a totally another site such as a client site then you need the CD.

Cheers!
Shawn

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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/Storage
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You a Microsoft Partner? Are you an IT consultant? Then become one and order the Microsoft Action Pack. This will give you OLP and OEM versions of the CDs on hand at all times.

Have another SBS installation? VPN in, and bit by bit the files over by copying them into a local "install" directory. Slow, but it works in a pinch.

Philip
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