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Things were going great until I upgraded the 2003 SBS server as deemed necessary by the soursetool.msi after the restart, was not able to run the soursetool.msi scan again, suggests it is ready and I should select FINISH. but now am unable top run the Answer file as Active X is blocked. Tried enabling active X in explorer but with no luck.
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Brain fade forget this. Have now sorted this out and is going fine
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