Slipstreaming sp1 to initial versions of server 2003

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ruulist
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Slipstreaming sp1 to initial versions of server 2003

Post by ruulist » Mon Dec 04, 2006 4:09 am

Hi,

After reading all threads, I still missed something essential.

Can I use downloaded SP1 (over 300Mb) to slipstream initial release of Server 2003 Standard or Enterprise release, using Ryan integrator?

Thanks.

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Post by boooggy » Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:22 am

i think u can
also u can try autostreamer and nlite

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Post by codejunkie » Wed Dec 06, 2006 8:23 pm

I would recommend following these steps
  1. Copy the contents of the install CD to a director on your hard drive (IE C:\Win2k3\StandardEdition\)
  2. Download the SP1 for Windows 2003
  3. Create a shortcut to Windows 2003 SP1
  4. Edit the shortcut adding ' -s:C:\Win2k3\StandardEdition\' emitting the quotation marks, C:\Win2k3\StandardEdition\ will need to be substituted for the director that you copied all the files to
  5. Now when you run the shortcut after making these changes a windows informing you that the files are being extracted will appear after that has completed another windows will appear called "Windows Service Pack 1 Setup Wizard" also saying "Updating Your Windows Share" You will get a message box to inform you that to process is done
Info from MSFN
Windows 2003 Update Pack - Current Version 1.3.8 (13 Oct 2006
Currently included more than 80 Updates aswell as extra programs and runtimes such as MSXML 2-6, Microsoft Update, Adobe Flash Player...etc
Based upon RyanVMs Windows XP PostSP2 Update Pack

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Post by newsposter » Wed Dec 06, 2006 10:11 pm

or you can run the service pack itself with the correct command line switches to integrate it into an existing i386.

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