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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Postinstallation

After you've configured server roles and installed additional components, you might be ready to call it a day. Don't do this yet because you should first perform a few final postinstallation procedures:

  • Check devices Use Device Manager as discussed in the section entitled "Obtaining Hardware Device Information", to look for undetected or malfunctioning hardware components. If you find problems, you might need to download and install updated drivers for the computer—you can download from another system and then transfer the files to the new server using a floppy disk or by burning the files to a CDROM. If you removed any system hardware prior to installation, you might want to add it back in and then check again for conflicts and ...

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