I had to remove the SBS component (Start>Settings>Control Panel>Add/Remove
Programs, choose MS SBS 2000 and click on Change/Remove). Then I had to
reinstall the SBS component (running setup from CD #1).
First: One of the first things setup does is to check 'Suite Requirements'.
I get a warning message 'SBS is already present in the domain'. Sure I say,
it's the server itself. So I go further.
Second: When setup gets to the 'Product Identification' phase the text boxes
of SBS Product key are enabled and empty. They should be greyed and already
completed with my SBS Product key.
So I decided to stop the SBS component reinstall (I need it cause we use
POP3 connector) because I thought that if I go further the setup process
could also erase mu previously 45 loaded CALS.
Why does the setup process detect a SBS server already present in the domain
(there's only one - the server I'm working on)?
If I decide to go further with the setup process will my 45 CALS still be
valid (now server is in production and works fine)?