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Windows 2000 RIS install


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mtfrog77

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I知 working on setting up and windows 2000 server as both my active Directory and RIS server. I have Active Directory up and going great. Now I知 work on setting up the RIS server so I can put windows 2000 pro installs over the network. I知 able to get the installs to work and it痴 nice to not have to do anything to the client. :(

But when I go to run windows update, I get all kinds of page errors. And I知 unable to download any installs. :tazz:

I was able to slipstream SP4 into my install, but I still have the same problem. :)

Has anyone had this problem? :woot: :woot: :woot: :P :P :P

If I put the CD into a PC and run a manual install the system works. :)

Edited by mtfrog77, 17 November 2005 - 10:41 AM.

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just for clarity....

if you do the remote installs....then on the client machine..windows update doesn't work whatsoever..

but if you install locally...windows update works like a charm?

there may be something wrong with you os image
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if you do the remote installs....then on the client machine..windows update doesn't work whatsoever..


Yes :tazz:

but if you install locally...windows update works like a charm?


Update >>> I just tryed it again last night and it crashed. :)

there may be something wrong with you os image


Update >>> I'm trying another CD today, thanks for the help.

Edited by mtfrog77, 18 November 2005 - 08:08 AM.

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