[Windows 2003 SP2 auf SBS]

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Oliver Sommer [MVP], Mar 15, 2007.

  1. Das SP2 für Win2003 kann entgegen einiger Anmerkungen bezüglich Inkompatibilitäten
    mit einem bereits installieren IE7 auch auf einem SBS installiert werden.
    Dabei sollten die Update.exe unter folgendem Downlaod http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=85446
    verwendet werden und folgend Blogs berücksichtigt werden:


    Install SP2 over the top of IE7
    Is okay.....
    "If you are installing SP2 on a computer running SP1, to ensure that
    certain applications and components (such as Internet Explorer(r) 7 and
    Windows .NET Framework 2.0) function properly, install SP2 by using
    Update.exe. You can obtain Update.
    exe from the Microsoft Download Center

    And Bill (http://msmvps.com/blogs/bradley/archive/2007/03/14/is-sp2-supported-on-sbs.aspx#679888)
    says there is no need to uninstall IE7 unless you are in special circumstances
    (which most of us are not using that migration pack). Thanks Bill for the

    Grüße aus Seattle.
    Oliver Sommer [MVP], Mar 15, 2007
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