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comment Terminal Server not allowing users to log on
Thanks, but I have already installed the Terminal Server role on the server.
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comment Installer will not create a partition labeled D:\
Oh, sorry, I'm with you. I was about 12 steps behind at that point so didn't consider it, but I'll have a look in to that as suggested. Thanks.
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answered Installer will not create a partition labeled D:\
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comment Installer will not create a partition labeled D:\
@jlehtinen - Thanks for the suggestion, which helped me find my solution. In the end did as follows - 1. Create a new VMDK and power it on. 2. Mount the ISO, restart the virtual machine using Ctrl, Alt + Ins so that the Server 2003 installer starts. 3. Create the partitions (initially labeled C: and E:). 4. Restart the virtual machine once more using Ctrl, Alt + Ins. 5. Once the installer loads again, the partitions already exist from last time and are labeled C: and D:.
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comment Installer will not create a partition labeled D:\
@Chopper3 - I figured as much with regard to D:\ being reserved, but I'm not sure where you are meaning for 'Disk Management'? I've never seen this option in VCentre, so pointers would be appreciated. Thanks.
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accepted Do logon scripts run concurrently or consecutively?