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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP1 R2


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Posted on 03-01-07 09:20
I am absolutely lost with this update for exchange server....

I have looked everywhere I can think of for the damn product key... However, I keep finding out that I need to have a key in the same channel as the original server 2003... However I slipstreamed Server 2003, SP1, and R2 together.... and it loads fine when I try to install it however it asks for a product key and when I enter the one which came with the Exchange Server disk... its says key not valid.... Does anyone know where I can find my key on my server or on the disk? .... or maybe even somewhere where there is a key generator out there ( I've looked and the one i found didn't work)....
Also I have looked at some sites and realized that it says I need the key from Server 2003 disk... and then another one says that I need the key from the R2 disk.......

thanks, any help would
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RE: Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP1 R2

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Posted on 03-01-07 12:44
If you have an illegal copy of Exchange (not your original key) installed on the system then the updates will not work.

The best bet is to reinstall the server but I could be wrong.

I always say NEVER slipstream the OS with other software because it causes hell and havok.

Just my opinion though.


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RE: nvm we figured it out... thank u though


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Posted on 04-01-07 07:03
We figured it out... You can change the product key on the software itself if you have a valid product key... its fairly easy... and we were able to do so by slipstreaming service pack one r2 into server 2003 and then found a list of product keys...

thank you though.... i greatly appreciate the help...