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Adding Terminal Server Licensing - Looking for Sercice Pack 2 CD-Rom

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Hello Everyone,

I am adding Terminal Server Licensing to an existing Windows 2003 Server sp2 and when it goes through the installation it is asking me for Service Pack 2 CD-ROm, to install the lserver.exe.  I did not have the cd, so I down loaded it from microsoft.  The cd does not have the "i386" folder it is just a large exe file, so I am not sure how to go about installing terminal server licensing.  Should I use the orginal cd and then re-install sp2 again.  Is there away to extract the "i386" folder out of the large sp2 exe file.

This is the first time I am setting up terminal server and any help would be appreciated!

Thanks,

Bill
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This must be one of the most misleading dialogs ever ...
What the wizard actually wants is an OS installation source with an integrated SP2. You don't need to create a CD, you can just point the wizard to a (networked) folder with the slipstreamed version of W2k3. This article is for SP1, but it's the same for SP2:
Windows Server 2003 SP1 Slipstreaming
http://www.petri.co.il/windows_2003_sp1_slipstreaming.htm
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Thank You!!
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