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    in reply to: send/recive error … #234994

    Thats actually the thread I’ve been working with… I’ve tried everyone of those suggestions up to page 3 which i’m working on now…

    it happens with outlook xp / 2003 clients as well… :(


    sna77
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    in reply to: send/recive error … #234993

    OK,
    Tha GUID tool has me a little scared / confused.

    It wants me to creat a new site folder… What exactly am I destroying, etc? The Exc error seems to be about the offline address book… :(


    sna77
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    Got it! Needs to be in the i386 folder, w/o quotes

    sna77 wrote:
    I just checked my Win XP Pro SP2 slipstreamed CD and for that one I had put the winnt.sif file in the i386 folder, and had put the Product ID key in quotes… going to try to make the CD with and without quotes in the i386 folder and see what happens…

    OK,
    Got it working. the winnt.sif file needs to be in the i386 folder, not the CD root. No quotes on the Product ID either… Nice of MS to leave that out of the directions… ugh.

    Thanks for the help!


    sna77
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    in reply to: send/recive error … #234991

    I am also having this problem. I’ve searched a number of forums and noone seems to have the answer…


    sna77
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    I just checked my Win XP Pro SP2 slipstreamed CD and for that one I had put the winnt.sif file in the i386 folder, and had put the Product ID key in quotes… going to try to make the CD with and without quotes in the i386 folder and see what happens…


    sna77
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    topper wrote:
    I can’t see a problem with that it looks fine, although the file you uploaded was a txt file, I’m presuming you changed the extension before uploading.

    Topper

    Correct, I could only upload a text file… The file name is “winnt.sif” located in the root…

    I’m buring another CD and trying again… I just looked at my Win XP SP2 slipstreamed CD (which works similarily; no Prod ID required for install) and I can’t locate the winnt.sif file at all… Does that seem strange? I made it a few months ago and dont remember what I did to make it work…

    I’ll let you know how the disk turns out..

    Thx


    sna77
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    The Product Key is the right product key for that product. If I do an install off the original CD, with the key it works fine, it juts doesnt seem to auto-insert the number from my winnt.sif file.

    The original CD Says:
    “MS Win Server 2003 Standard Edition” (Volume License Product Key Required” and is a light blue CD..

    Unattend mode=Fullunattended

    I’ve attached the winnt.sif file and replaced to Prod key with a bogus #

    The winnt.sif file goes in the root of the CD-Rom, correct?

    Thanks!

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