Difference between SBS 2003 SP1 AND SBS SERVER R2

I want to know the difference between Windows small business server 2003 sp1 and windows small business server 2003 R2.
primaimsAsked:
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primaimsAuthor Commented:
Thank you for reply.

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primaimsAuthor Commented:
I have a one more problem.

I have SBS 2003 R2 genuine software.I got it from MS Partner program. I installed that on my system. After installation, i opend the my computer properties.In that, it shown Microsoft windows server 2003 for small business sever service pack 1. But name on cd is SBS 2003 R2. I don't know, what is the problem.
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leegclystvaleCommented:
Probably should open another question for this as it is vastly different from what you origianlly asked. I assume you've rebooted the server?
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primaimsAuthor Commented:
OK
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Mark DamenERP System ManagerCommented:
When you install SBS 2003, the R2 technologies are on the last CDs.  It will say this by default when first installing, and only once you apply the R2 CD will that change.  Thats my understanding anyways, I'm still on SBS 2003 non-R2.
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Mark DamenERP System ManagerCommented:
Any luck with this?
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