If you have installed SP3 for win2k and sp3 for ex2k, do
you need to install SBS sp1?
>If you have installed SP3 for win2k and sp3 for ex2k, do
>you need to install SBS sp1?
Steve Foster [SBS MVP]
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I installed SBS SP1 on my SBS server. A short while later (one week) the
server crashed unrecoverable. That's right, blue screened even in VGA mode.
I recovered from a back-up performed approximately 3 days prior to
installing the service pack and about 10 days prior to the fatality.
Unfortunately, my repair disk had the post-trauma (SP1) registry files. I
had to repair/re-install many of the services that had major problems coming
back to life, Exchange Server, DNS, Proxy 2.0, and IIS 4 from NT Option Pack
4. I dredged through 36 hours restoring this beast. At this point I am back
to SBS 4.0 and everything else back up and running - except for I now have
IE 4 installed, no longer working with the Management Console. I thought,
"Well, fine! I'll go for broke and re-install the SBS SP1." Nothin' doin'!
Re-applying the service pack fails. What can I do to be able to take back
control of my server?
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