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help installing Internet Information Services component

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tobydobo, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. tobydobo

    tobydobo Thread Starter

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    I have a client who is having trouble installing the Internet Information Services add-on component via Add/Remove windows components. When the end user selects the component it asks for and Windows XP SP2 CD; however this unit has a manufacturers preload with no Windows CD. If the eu points to the i386 folder it still asks for the XP CD. Any other place we can pull the files from without using a Windows CD?
     
  2. dai

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    d/l and burn sp2 to disk or order one from ms
     
  3. tobydobo

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    Oh so its part of SP2 and if they install SP2 they should be able to add it without a windows CD?
     
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    if it is asking for the sp2 cd,i would think sp2 is already installed
     
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