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I'm in the process of removing an SBS 2003 Server after migrating to SBS 2011.  I'm at the point of removing the Exchange Server from the source SBS 2003 server.  It is asking for Windows Small Business Server 2003 Disc 2.  We don't have the disc on hand and the migration grace period is about to expire.  Is there a way to download this disc from anywhere?
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Unless you have a Technet / Bizspark / MSDN account with Microsoft there is no "legitimate" way of getting the disk. You may need to check if its a Standard or Premium copy as well. Although I don't think it mattered when I did a swing migration from 2003 to 2011.
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