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I installed a SBS 2003 Standard server for a client.  Everything but outlook (DIsc 4) installed and the Continue Setup icon was left on the desktop.  I now have a acquired a good disk 4 and went to install that part and they have deleted the continue setup icon so I can't figure out how to get SBS 2003 to install this in it's client apps folder.  Any help on what continue setup pointed to or how I can get Outlook into the client apps folder would be appreciated.
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Olaf De Ceuster earned 2000 total points
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Control Panel>Add Remove Programs>Windows Small Business Server 2003> Change /Remove.
Follow the prompts and it will ask you for the required CD's.
Hope that helps,
Olaf
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