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Exchange 2010 w/SP1 slipstreamed

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I'm doing a new Exchange 2010 install. I want to install it with SP1. How can I do this? Microsoft only has RTM on their download site.

Can I use the updates folder? Thanks
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just download the SP1 and install it it is slipstreamed already
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Really? Weird that the RTM is over 1GB and the SP1 download is 522MB
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yep that's because of the languages
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