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Exchange server 2003 and service pack 2

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Hi,
We have Microsoft Exchange server 2003 with SP2 as our mail server and need to install the just “Exchange system manager” on another server with same SP level as exchange server.
I have Exchange server 2003 iso file, with no service pack, and it's SP2 exe file can download from web, but how can I merge the SP2 file in to standard exchange .iso image so that I can install the "exchange system manager" on needed server with same SP lever (i.e. SP2 level).
Please help.
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Sorry - scrap my last post - it's for Windows - not Exchange. So unfortunately, it doesn't appear o be possible.

http://board.iexbeta.com/index.php?/topic/63156-slipstreaming-exchange-server/
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As roybridge says, I don't think it's possible.  Just install ESM and then apply SP2.
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