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When I try and join a Windows 7 Pro system to a Small Business Server 2008 R2 domain using the http://connect I only get so far before it says that "The system does not meet the maximum operating system requirements for running client setup"   CRAZY.

I think this is known problem but I need a very quick fix for the http://connect glych. Has anyone got one.

Or, has anyone get a safe sequence (DNS issues etc) for doing it manually. Thanks,
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You need to apply SBS 2008 rollup 3

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/969121
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