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  • Win 2003 R2 Disk Four?

    Odd one... Installing Windows 2003 Enterprise Server R2 on a Sun Blade. It is asking for disk four, but W2K3E-R2 has only 2 disks. Are there any secret installation CDs that I need to give a secret handshake to Bill Gates to receive, or does Sun think it's a funny joke to ask for a non-existant disk?

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    Re: Win 2003 R2 Disk Four?


    You can try calling Bill but I don't think he will respond
    Also you can try contacting Sun and I think they will ask you to install Solaris

    However, there is no disk 4. There are just 2 disks with Windows 2003 R2.
    Or are you installing SBS?
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      Re: Win 2003 R2 Disk Four?

      Nope, W2k3EntR2, 32-bit version. I was wondering if there was some ISO images for additional stuff, but I couldn't find anything. I should've snapped an image of the screen -- if I remember, I'll try it again, as I have 3 more blades to install. Thanks!

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        Re: Win 2003 R2 Disk Four?

        Are you installing it by booting to the server 2003 R2 CD's? or are you using one of those server install wizards that creates an answer file and prompts for the CD when needed?

        You can download all of Microsofts CD's here, so you can check if there is a disk 4:

        https://eopen.microsoft.com

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