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I get error 1718 file 2b4ae5.msi was rejected by digital signature policy when installing vmware server on windows 2003 enterprise server
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Maybe this will fix the problem:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925336
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I ran into the same issue with VMWare Server on a W2k3 Standard box, and the hotfix that mgonullu suggested above fixed the problem.
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