Windows File Protection warning

Hi, I recently installed Windows Server 2003 with SP2 and all Windows Updates.  Created a prepped image using sysprep.exe and am trying to create multiple 2003 servers within Hyper-V.

I am getting this error message occasionally:
"Files that are required for Windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecognized versions.  To maintain system stability, Windows must restore the original versions of these files. Insert your Service Pack 2 CD-ROM now."

I don't have the official SP2 CD, but I downloaded the exe file from microsoft's site and then did a setup.exe /x to extract the files.  Burned it onto a CD, and I'm still getting the error message:
"The CD you provided is the wrong CD.  Please insert the Service Pack 2 CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive."

It doesn't give me an option to browse to locate the files that are supposedly unrecognized versions.  Furthermore, I don't even know what files it's talking about.  Would this be in a log file somewhere? I checked eventviewer and there are no errors.

I don't feel like running the Service Pack 2 CD, because then I'm going to have to do this on each server that I set up.

Please help!
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jamorlandoAuthor Commented:
Also, I might note that this message is popping up when I'm trying to add a DNS role to my server.
Darius GhassemCommented:
Some file that is protected by Windows has been changed and windows is complaining about it you can run a repair on the OS to fix the problem or try installing SP2 again.

Try running NEWSID which might be causing the problem.
jamorlandoAuthor Commented:
Are you saying that I should use NEWSID instead of sysprep to make my server image?  I thought NEWSID wasn't available anymore.  If so, where should I download it.  I could certainly try it out and see if I get the same error message.
Darius GhassemCommented:
NEWSID will change the SID you can type NEWSID in google to download.
jamorlandoAuthor Commented:
Ok, I figured out the (stupid) problem.
I used the file that was on the Windows Server 2003 CD.
I NEEDED to use this because I had installed SP2:

That was dumb, sorry!

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