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SBS 2003 CD2 required to remove Exchange

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I have an old SBS 2003 (not R2) box that we've recently migrated to a server 2012 machine. I'm left with removing the old machine from the domain which I need to do correctly, and that involves removing exchange, then DCPromoing it and removing it from the network.

I find myself in a pickle because the original SBS 2003 CDs were stolen a few years ago, and I havent been able to locate a copy anywhere so far, despite going to the original manufacturer (Dell), Microsoft, and hours of online hunting.

Does anyone know where I could get an ISO image of the CDs (specifically I need CD2 for the exchange removal), or failing that, serve one up for download for me? I'd be immensely grateful.

Cheers!
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sent you a link, check your messages.
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I have a copy of SBS 2003 CD2 on my machine so send me a PM if you'd like me to upload it for you.
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You can visit my NAS box and grab the disk from there:

https://iteyebr3.dyndns.org/ui/#/Data/SBS2003

Alan
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Thanks everyone, you've got me out of a fix. Cheers!
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