Need R2 SBS 2003 OEM Pidgen.dll File

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  1. Suicide Solution

    Suicide Solution MDL Addicted

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    If anyone here has a OEM copy of Server 2003 Small Business R2 with the latest service pack would you kindly locate & attach the pidgen.dll file.
     
  2. colinr

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    #2 colinr, Oct 28, 2008
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    I don't have them.
     
  3. Suicide Solution

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    PM sent..thanks
     
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  5. Suicide Solution

    Suicide Solution MDL Addicted

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    It's ok, I wanted one to compare to the one I grabbed from a service pack and it was the same. Just wanted to make sure.
     
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  7. testuser12

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    has anyone managed to activate the SBS 2003 R2? If so please tell me how and with what. I desperatly need to activate mine

    (i'm in need of remote web workplace and thats only on sbs 2003 or 2008)
     
  8. tom4.1

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    #8 tom4.1, Apr 9, 2009
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    Bellow is the WIN2003_10 IN 1 Server version I have; it does not mention and likely does not include r2

    This release includes both corporate (VLK) and Retail versions of:
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (32-Bit)
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition (32-Bit)
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Small Business Edition CD1
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Web Edition

    This version has 10 folders in the folder named ROOT:
    23BC
    23BS
    23DC
    23DT
    23EC
    23ET
    23SC
    23SD
    23WB
    23WC

    Each contains operating system components including I386 folders
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    To OEM and unattend my XP version I modified the following files:


    OEMBIOS.BI_
    OEMBIOS.CA_
    OEMBIOS.DA_
    OEMBIOS.SI_
    OOBEINFO.IN_

    Along with WINNT.SIF and SETUPP.INI inside the I386 folder

    I notice WINNT.SIF does not exist in Server I386 folders, the similar files I found in the Server I386 folders were WINNT.AD_ and WINNT.EXE.

    Should I make and include a WINNT.SIF even though it does not pre-exist?
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    I have not yet worked out which folder is for which version of Server, so I intend to just make up the OEM files for Enterprise Edition and copy them to all I386 folders.

    Anyone know how to modify this 10 in 1 version to make a single Enterprise Edition only image, I could possibly work it out but would like help if you might be able to make it easier.
    Also I could possibly use nLite if it was a single OS, not sure?

    More important, would be to make a r2 updated version with RyanVM?
    If it is still posible with the modified setup of 10 in 1, again not sure?



    Which version do you feel is best?
    I have never tried server, my Xp is a SP3 with updates image and I use all features so I am leaning towards Enterprise or Small business but really do not know.


    Thanks
     
  9. ZaForD

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    #9 ZaForD, Apr 11, 2009
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    I'd say the folders that end with 'C' are the Corp versions.

    You'd have to extract the files from both the '23xx' folder and the 'i386' folder, re-combine them into one folder and then un-edit some of the files so they point back to the 'i386' folder. Basically... Don't bother grab a full ISO from some where. ;)


    Ryan is an update pack. R2 is a new version of Win2K3. You'd need both the second CD and an R2 CD Key.