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If you already have ISA 2004 on your SBS 2003 Premium, then this post does not apply to you.
This post applies If you are running SBS 2003 Premium (RTM) with ISA 2000, and wanted to get to SBS Sp1 with ISA 2004.
In the past there was a web page for you to be able to order the SBS SP1 Upgrade CDs, and for Premium customers this included an extra CD with the ISA 2004 version for SBS.
Unfortunately, we are having some problems that we are working to resolve as soon as possible for you to be able to get this media. The order page is being updated to reflect this message.
At this time we don’t have an ETA, but we will keep you posted as far as any updates.
The SBS Bloggers team
There has been an issue for a while with getting the SBS SP1 installation media from Microsoft for those
http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2007/03/19/problems-getting-sbs-sp1-upgrade-media.aspx If you are
it looks like the order page has finally been updated:
For existing Windows Small Business Server 2003 Standard Edition customers, Service Pack 1 is available as a free download. For Premium Edition customers, the Standard Edition Service Pack 1 is also available as a free download; however, you will also need the Service Pack 1 Premium CD3 which is temporarily unavailable. Please check back after April 30, 2007, for an update on when you can order the CD from this page. We appreciate your business and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Just last week I posted ( among others ) that the official SBS blog had a post about the problems with
It will be interesting to see if I can use my product key again after I already tried to order this disc back in January. That attempt just got me a letter in the mail telling me that the disc was discontinued and the order was canceled.
[Today's tip comes to us courtesy of Mark Stanfill] This is an update to this post http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2007/03/19/problems-getting-sbs-sp1-upgrade-media.aspx
[Today's tip comes to us courtesy of Mark Stanfill] This is an update to this post http://blogs.technet