Install of SBS 2003 with SP1 slipstreamed cannot continue due to I

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Graham, May 30, 2005.

  1. Graham

    Graham Guest

    Vanilla install on a fresh disk.

    If you install SBS with 2003 SP1 slipstreamed in, setup will refuse to
    continue due to:
    'Small Business Server does not support Internet Connection Sharing".

    It then tells you in great detail how to disable ICS but of course ICS is
    not visible to be disabled on any network connection setting.

    This is a bug - ignore what you are told to do.

    net stop sharedaccess

    And then you can continue by checking the 'Ignore Warnings' box which is now
    Graham, May 30, 2005
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  2. Hi Graham

    Where did you get the slipstreamed disks? Or did you slipstream them
    Frank McCallister SBS MVP, May 30, 2005
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  3. Graham

    Graham Guest


    I slipstreamed it myself, slipstreaming in the 2003 SP1 into the vanilla SBS

    The best problem is that you cannot install SBS SP1 as the service pack says:
    Small Business Server can only be installed on Small Business Server.

    Any yes ... the startup and system both say Small Business Server.

    I am going back to a vanilla install the the Service Pack being installed


    Graham, May 30, 2005
  4. I have not heard of a way to slipstream the SP1 into existing mrdia at this
    point. Newly released media will be slipstreamed by MS at some point into
    the channel. I will inquire as to whether there is a procedure to do this to
    existing media and post back if there is.
    Frank McCallister SBS MVP, May 30, 2005
  5. On research I have determined that this is not possible at this time. Wait
    until the slipstreamed product is released into the retail and OEM channel.
    Frank McCallister SBS MVP, May 30, 2005
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