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Hi there,

I have an SBS 2003 server that was built a year ago but whoever did it did not run disk two. So exchange and the SBS components are not installed. I want to complete the setup and get exchange working but I want to know if doing this will have any effect on existing user accounts, file shares etc.
Can anyone assist or point me towards any resources that might help with this?

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User accounts etc will not be changed. They will be mail enabled, but the actual settings etc will stay as they are. The file structure shouldn't be changed either, because disk 2 is installing in to other locations, mainly under Program Files.

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