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sbs2003 to sbs2011 post-installation errors

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I have a server that I left running after loading the Answer File. I come back the next day and boot up to the attached screenshot. Should I just wipe this server and reinstall SBS2011 and restart the migration? Or, am I stuck with the current install and must manually fix all the issues? I think our mistake was during install we chose to run updates.
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Yes - reboot and restart the installation.

Alan
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Thanks. Should I be concerned at all about any roles transferring or no? I doubt it even got that far.
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You've not got that far yet.
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Thank you!
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