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setup could not find the update.inf file needed to update your system

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Running a Windows 2008 Server 64bit SP1 and want to install the ISCSI initiator.
During Setup getting the error message "setup could not find the update.inf file needed to update your system"
No virusscan is running an system  setup is new.
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Why do you install it?
iSCSI initiator included in Windows Server 2008 like component and already installed.
You can find it in your control panel.
Also you could install iSNS (internet storage name server) if needed. You can find it in
Server Management - Futures - Add Future - Internet Storage Name Server.

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