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Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2,
Datacenter x64 Edition With Unlimited
Virtualization With SP2 for
Dell™ PowerEdge™ Systems
Installation and Setup Guide
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Notes and Notices
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you
make better use of your computer.
NOTICE: A NOTICE indicates either potential damage to
hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem.
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Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Contents
Preinstallation Requirements
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Creating a Device Driver Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Limitation While Installing Dell Drivers on Servers
Without a Diskette Drive Running Microsoft Windows . .
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Reinstallation Media
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Running Express Setup
Running Custom Setup.
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Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2,
Datacenter x64 Edition With Unlimited
Virtualization With SP2 Using the
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Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2,
Datacenter x64 Edition With Unlimited
Virtualization With SP2 Using the
Dell PowerEdge Installation and
Server Management CD
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Installing the R2 Components
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This document explains how to install your Microsoft® Windows Server®
2003 R2, Datacenter x64 Edition with Unlimited Virtualization with SP2
operating system.
This document covers the following topics:
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Preinstallation Requirements.
•
Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Datacenter x64 Edition
With Unlimited Virtualization With SP2 Using the
Reinstallation Media.
•
Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Datacenter x64 Edition
With Unlimited Virtualization With SP2 Using the Dell PowerEdge
Installation and Server Management CD.
•
Installing the R2 Components.
NOTE: If you purchased a Dell system without an operating system, Dell
strongly recommends that you use the supported version of the
Dell PowerEdge™ Installation and Server Management CD to guide you
through the the operating system installation. The Dell PowerEdge Service and
Diagnostic Utilities CD contains the latest drivers available at the time you
purchased your Dell system. See the Dell Support website at
support.dell.com/support/downloads for any updated drivers that were not
included on your Dell PowerEdge Service and Diagnostic Utilities CD.
NOTE: If you use the Dell Recovery media to install the operating system, you
must install the latest device drivers located either on the Dell PowerEdge
Service and Diagnostic Utilities CD or the Dell Support website at
support.dell.com/support/downloads.
NOTE: The operating system recovery media included in your kit may not have
the latest operating system updates. If you reinstall your operating system using
this media, download the latest updates from the Microsoft Windows Update
website located at update.microsoft.com.
To determine which devices require drivers, boot your system from the
Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server Management CD and select
View Hardware in the Welcome to Dell OpenManage Server Assistant
window. The devices installed on your system are listed on your screen.
NOTE: For more information on which devices require drivers, see the
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard and Enterprise x64 Editions
Important Information document at www.dell.com/ostechsheets.
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Preinstallation Requirements
Listed below are the preinstallation requirements:
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Read the Microsoft Getting Started document that ships with your
operating system documentation.
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Download the latest BIOS, firmware, and driver updates from the Dell
Support website at support.dell.com.
See the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard and Enterprise x64
Editions Important Information document at www.dell.com/ostechsheets
for information on the minimum supported BIOS, system firmware,
and RAID controller driver versions for R2.
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Create a device driver diskette.
Creating a Device Driver Diskette
1 Insert the Dell PowerEdge Service and Diagnostic Utilities CD into
another system running a Windows® operating system.
The Dell PowerEdge Service and Diagnostic Utilities CD starts
automatically.
If the CD does not start automatically:
a
Open Windows Explorer.
b
Locate the CD drive.
c
Right-click the CD drive and click AutoPlay.
The Dell Service and Diagnostic Utilities window appears.
2 In the Please Select A Server drop-down menu, select the name of
your system.
3 In the Select Drivers/Utilities Set box, select System Utilities and
click Continue.
The Utilities and Drivers Page window appears.
4 Double-click the appropriate file for your operating system.
5 Follow the prompts on the screen to download the file.
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6 Save the self-extracting zip file to the local hard drive and then extract
the file to a diskette.
7 Close the Dell OpenManage Server Assistant window.
8 Remove the Dell PowerEdge Service and Diagnostic Utilities CD from
the CD drive.
Setup Limitation While Installing Dell Drivers on Servers Without a
Diskette Drive Running Microsoft Windows
You may encounter issues while installing the operating system and
Dell mass storage device drivers using the F6 prompt on a server without
a physical diskette drive (A:\). The text mode portion of the Windows
Setup requires that additional mass storage drivers that are provided
through the F6 prompt be located on the A:\ (where A is the drive letter
for the diskette drive).
This is a limitation on any server that is not configured with a diskette
drive and occurs only while installing Windows 32-bit or 64-bit extended
operating systems. You do not have to replace any hardware.
To fix this issue, add a physical or virtual diskette drive on your server.
The following four options described in the sections below enable you to
install Dell drivers on your server:
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Using the Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server Management CD
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Using the DRAC Diskette Image
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Using the Dell USBKeyPrepF6 Utility
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Adding Drivers to Windows Installation
Using the Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server Management CD
Use the Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server Management CD that
shipped along with your server to ensure that all the supported drivers for
the Windows operating system are installed.
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Using the DRAC Diskette Image
Install the Dell mass storage drivers using Dell Remote Access Card
(DRAC) 4 or DRAC 5 diskette images located on the Dell Support
website at support.dell.com. See the DRAC documentation that is
shipped along with your server to set up virtual diskette drive media.
NOTE: You can install drivers using this procedure only if your server has
a DRAC installed and configured.
Using the Dell USBKeyPrepF6 Utility
This section describes how to prepare a Universal Serial Bus (USB) key for use
with the F6 prompt on Dell mass storage devices. The Dell USBKeyPrepF6
Utility helps you to prepare a USB key to use with the F6 prompt only
during the installation of Windows Server 2003 operating systems.
1 Go to the Dell Support website located at support.dell.com.
2 Click Drivers and Downloads.
3 You can either enter your Service Tag or choose the Product Type and
Product Model. After you enter this information, click Go.
4 From the Choose Operating System Type drop-down menu, select
your version of the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system.
5 Click Find Downloads.
6 Expand the group titled System and Configuration Utilities.
7 Click Dell USBKeyPrepF6 Utility.
8 Download the utility and unzip it.
9 Follow the instructions in the readme.txt file.
NOTICE: All data on the USB key will be erased when you format it using
this utility.
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10 Go to the Dell Support website from which you downloaded the
Dell USBKeyPrepF6 Utility. Expand the group for your controller type.
11 Select the type of controller for your system and download the
Dell mass storage device driver to a location that you can access later.
Ensure that you choose the Hard-Drive Package option.(You will need
this driver when using the Dell USBKeyPrepF6 Utility).
NOTE: After you successfully install the drivers, you must reformat the
USB key using the Windows Disk Management application in order to get the
USB key back to a normal usable state.
Adding Drivers to Windows Installation
Use an automated deployment method to add Original Equipment
Manufacturer Plug and Play drivers to your Windows installation. For
more information on using this method refer to the following Microsoft
Knowledge base articles:
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/254078/en-us
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816299/en-us
NOTE: You can download the latest Broadcom drivers from the Dell Support
website at support.dell.com.
Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2,
Datacenter x64 Edition With Unlimited
Virtualization With SP2 Using the
Reinstallation Media
1 Connect a keyboard, monitor, mouse, and any additional peripherals to
your system.
2 Turn on your system and any attached peripherals.
Several BIOS windows appear during startup, but do not require any
user intervention.
3 Insert the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Datacenter x64 Edition
with SP2 Disk 1 CD into the CD drive.
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4 Press <Ctrl><Alt><Delete> to restart your system.
If a Windows operating system is installed on your system, the
following message appears:
Press any key to boot from your CD...
5 Press any key to boot from the CD.
If a Windows operating system is not installed on your system, the screen
turns black. Next, Windows Setup appears in text mode on a blue screen.
6 Immediately press <F6> if you need to install additional device drivers for
the boot device or other devices and perform the following procedure.
If you do not need to install additional device drivers, go to step 7.
a
When prompted, press <S> to select and add any additional devices.
b
Insert the device driver diskette into the diskette drive and press
<Enter>.
A list of device drivers appears.
c
Select the appropriate device driver, and press <Enter>.
Windows Setup loads the appropriate drivers on your system.
d
Verify that Windows loaded the correct device driver on your system.
e
Repeat step a through step d to install any additional device
drivers. Otherwise, press <Enter> to continue.
A message appears stating that Windows Setup is starting Windows.
7 In the Welcome to Setup window, press <Enter> to continue.
8 If Console Redirection is not enabled on your system, go to "Running
Custom Setup."
If Console Redirection is enabled on the system, choose one of the
following selections:
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Express Setup — Automatically configures most of your
configuration settings, requiring little or no user intervention.
To run Express Setup, press <Enter> and go to "Running Express
Setup."
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Custom Setup — Enables you to customize your system name and
networking components, including TCP/IP and your domain name.
To run custom setup, press <C> and go to "Running Custom Setup."
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Running Express Setup
1 When prompted from the Windows Server 2003 Setup screen, enter
the administrator password and press <Enter>.
2 When prompted to confirm the password, re-enter the administrator
password and press <Enter>.
3 If the Windows Licensing Agreement window appears, go to step 4.
If the Windows Licensing Agreement window does not appear, go to step 5.
4 Read the information carefully. If you agree with all of the information,
press <F8> to continue.
A window appears displaying the existing partitions and unpartitioned
space on your system’s hard drive.
If you do not agree with the information, press <Esc>. Your system
restarts, and Windows is not installed on your system.
5 Select an available partition to install the operating system and press
<Enter>.
6 Select the appropriate file system for your Windows partition, and then
press <Enter>.
NOTE: For maximum security, Dell recommends that you format the
partition using NTFS.
NOTE: This process may take a few minutes to complete.
7 Remove the driver diskette from the diskette drive.
When prompted, do not press any key to boot from CD.
The EMS Connection Detected window appears after the system
reboots.
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8 Click OK or press <Enter> to continue.
An error message pop-up window may appear, stating that a setup
parameter is missing or invalid.
NOTE: If you are not using the media provided by Dell, enter the Windows
product key at this stage.
Windows Setup completes the installation procedure and restarts your
system.
NOTE: This process may take several minutes to complete.
Windows Setup automatically logs you onto your system. The system
prompts you to insert the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2
Datacenter x64 Edition with SP2 Disk 2 CD.
NOTE: To install the optional R2 components, click OK and then see
"Installing the R2 Components" to complete the installation.
9 Click Cancel to proceed with the operating system installation without
installing the optional R2 components.
A Windows Setup dialog box appears with directions on how to install
the optional R2 components at a later time.
10 Click OK.
The Manage Your Server window appears.
The operating system is installed on your system.
NOTE: Dell recommends that you download and install any patches, hotfixes,
and service packs from the Microsoft Support website at
support.microsoft.com.
NOTE: Windows Setup randomly selects your computer name to avoid
identical name conflicts on your network and configures your system to join the
WORKGROUP workgroup. You can join your system to your domain after the
operating system is installed on your system.
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Running Custom Setup
1 When the Windows Licensing Agreement window appears, read the
information carefully.
If you agree with all the information, press <F8> to continue.
A window appears displaying the existing partitions and unpartitioned
space on your system’s hard drive.
If you do not agree with the information, press <Esc>. Your system
restarts, and Windows is not installed on your system.
NOTE: If your hard drive has an existing Windows partition, you may
receive an option to repair the partition. Press <Esc> to continue the
installation procedure.
2 Select an available partition to install the operating system and press
<Enter>.
NOTE: Dell recommends that you create a partition of 12 GB or larger.
3 Select the appropriate file system for the Windows partition, and then
press <Enter>.
NOTE: For maximum security, Dell recommends that you format the
partition using NTFS.
Windows Setup formats your partition with the selected file system
and copies the operating system files to your system.
NOTE: This process may take a few minutes to complete.
4 Remove the driver diskette from the diskette drive and press <Enter>
to restart your system.
If you do nothing, Windows Setup automatically restarts the system
after 15 seconds.
When prompted, do not press any key to boot from the CD.
If Console Redirection is enabled, the EMS Connection Detected
window appears. Click OK to continue.
The Windows Setup window appears and displays the installation progress.
The Installing Device window appears, and your screen flashes a few
times. This behavior is normal.
Finally, the Regional and Language Options window appears.
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5 Review the displayed default settings.
If the default settings are correct, perform the following steps:
a
Click Next.
The Personalize Your Software window appears.
b
Go to step 6.
If the default settings are not correct, perform the following steps:
a
Click Customize.
The Regional and Language Options window appears.
b
In the Regional Options tab, modify the regional and location
settings (if required) and click OK.
The Regional and Language Options window appears.
c
Click Details.
The Text Services and Input Languages window appears.
d
In the Settings tab, modify the default input language and installed
services (if required), click OK, and then click Next to continue.
The Personalize Your Software window appears.
6 Type your full name and the name of your company or organization,
and click Next.
NOTE: If you are not using the media provided by Dell, enter the Windows
product key at this stage.
The Licensing Modes menu appears.
7 Select one of the following options and click Next:
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Per server
If you select Per server, you must enter the number of concurrent
connections included with your Client Access License in the dropdown menu.
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Per Device or Per User
If you select Per Device or Per User, the license manager verifies
that each individual system has a valid license at log in.
The Computer Name and Administrative Password window appears.
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8 Type your computer name and administrator password, and click Next.
The Date and Time Settings window appears.
9 Set the date, time, and time zone for the system, and click Next.
Windows Setup begins installing the network components.
NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes.
The Networking Settings window appears.
10 Select one of the following settings, and click Next:
NOTE: Dell recommends that you select Typical Settings.
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Typical Settings (default) — Configures your system with the
default settings.
•
Custom Settings (experienced administrators only) — Allows you
to configure the following settings in the Networking
Components window for each network adapter on the system:
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Client for Microsoft Networks
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Network Load Balancing
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File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
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Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
11 If you selected Custom Settings and need to install additional
network components, perform the following steps in the Networking
Components window:
a
Click Install.
The Select Network Component Type window appears.
b
Select the type of network component.
c
Click Add.
d
Select a network component or network service, and click OK.
The Networking Components window appears.
12 Click Next.
The Workgroup or Computer Domain window appears.
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13 Select one of the following options:
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No, this computer is not on a network, or is on a network without
a domain. Make this computer a member of the following
workgroup:
Requires you to assign a workgroup name to your system.
Choosing this selection allows any system on the LAN with the
same workgroup name to connect to your system.
Enter a workgroup name, and click Next.
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Yes, make this computer a member of the following domain:
Enter the appropriate domain name, and click Next.
The Join Computer to <your_domain_name> Domain window
appears. Enter a domain administrator user name and password,
and click OK.
NOTE: You must have the appropriate rights to join the domain.
Windows Setup continues the installation procedures, and then
restarts your system.
NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes.
The Welcome to Windows window appears.
14 Press <Ctrl><Alt><Delete>.
The Log On to Windows dialog box appears.
15 Type your administrator password, and click OK.
The system prompts you to insert the Microsoft Windows Server 2003
R2 Datacenter x64 Edition with SP2 Disk 2 CD into the CD drive.
NOTE: To install the optional R2 components, click OK and then see
"Installing the R2 Components" to complete the installation.
16 Click Cancel to proceed with the operating system installation without
installing the optional R2 components.
A Windows Setup dialog box appears with directions on how to install
the optional R2 components at a later time.
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17 Click OK.
The Windows Server Post-Setup Security Updates window appears.
NOTE: At this time, your Windows firewall is active. Dell recommends
that you update your system with the latest critical security updates and
configure Automatic Updates before you click Finish.
18 Click Finish.
The following warning message appears:
When you close this page, inbound connections to
this server will be allowed. Before continuing,
ensure that you have downloaded and installed
all available security updates.
19 Click Yes to close the window.
The Manage Your Server window appears.
The operating system is now installed on your system.
If you need additional information to complete the rest of the installation,
see the documentation that came with your software or go to the
Microsoft Support website at support.microsoft.com.
NOTE: Dell recommends that you download and install any patches, hotfixes, and
service packs from the Microsoft Support website at support.microsoft.com.
Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2,
Datacenter x64 Edition With Unlimited
Virtualization With SP2 Using the Dell
PowerEdge Installation and Server
Management CD
To perform a clean installation of the operating system:
1 Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to your system.
2 Turn on your system.
3 Insert the Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server Management CD into
the CD drive.
4 Press <Ctrl><Alt><Delete> to restart your system.
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5 If you are not using the Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server
Management CD for the first time, the Welcome to Dell
OpenManage™ Server Assistant window appears. Go to step 6.
If you are using the Dell PowerEdge Installation and Server Management
CD on your system for the first time, perform the following steps:
a
When prompted, click the appropriate language for your system.
The Dell Software License Agreement window appears. Read the
information carefully.
b
If you agree with all of the information, click Accept to continue.
If you do not agree with all the information, click Decline. Your
system restarts, and you are not able to complete the operating
system installation.
6 Click Click Here for Server Setup to install the operating system.
The Set the Date and Time window appears.
7 Select the appropriate date, time, and time zone, and click Continue.
8 Select Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition in the Select an
Operating System to Install window that appears.
9 Click OK and then click Continue.
If a RAID controller is not installed in your system, the Select
Operating System window appears. Go to step 10.
If a RAID controller is installed on your system, the Configure or Skip
RAID window appears. Perform the following steps:
a
Select one of the following options, and click Continue:
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Configure RAID
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Skip RAID configuration
b
If you selected Skip RAID configuration, go to step 10.
c
If you selected Configure RAID, configure the RAID with one of
these options:
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Click Go to Advanced Wizard at the top left of the page and
follow the prompts.
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Select a RAID level and click Continue.
The RAID configuration summary will appear.
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d
Click Continue. The following message will appear:
All existing virtual disk(s) on this controller
will be deleted and all data will be lost.
e
Click OK to continue.
10 To set up a new boot partition, select the appropriate file system and
size for your partition and click Continue.
NOTE: For maximum system security, Dell recommends selecting
NTFS File System.
NOTE: If there is an existing partition on the hard drive, the Confirm to
delete partition window appears. Click Continue. Server Assistant deletes
all existing partitions on the hard drive.
The Network Adapter(s) configuration window appears.
11 Select one of the following options and click Continue:
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Obtain IP address from DHCP server.
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Specify an IP address
The Enter Configuration Information: Microsoft Windows Server 2003
x64 Edition window appears.
12 Type your system information in the appropriate fields and click Continue.
NOTE: If you are not using the media provided by Dell, you will be
prompted to enter the Windows product key at this stage.
The Operating System Installation Summary window appears.
13 If the configuration settings are correct, click Continue.
The Microsoft Windows Installation Wizard window appears and the
file copy process starts.
If the configuration settings are not correct, perform the following steps:
a
Click Back until the appropriate screen appears.
b
Enter the correct information.
c
Click Continue until the Microsoft Windows Installation Wizard
window appears.
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14 When prompted, insert the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2
Datacenter x64 Edition with SP2 Disk 1CD into the CD drive.
The Dell OpenManage Server Assistant automatically detects the CD
and begins copying the operating system files.
NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes to complete.
15 When prompted, remove the media from the CD drive, and click
Finish.
Your system automatically restarts, Windows Setup appears in text
mode, and the installation continues.
NOTE: If Console Redirection is enabled in the System Setup program,
you are prompted for an administrator password in the text mode of
Windows Setup. Enter an administrator password and press <Enter> to
continue. The Emergency Management System window appears. Click OK
to continue.
Windows Setup automatically and restarts your system, and the
Windows Setup window appears.
Windows Setup completes the installation and restarts your system.
16 In the Log On window, type your administrator password, and
click OK.
The system prompts you to install the Windows Server 2003 R2
Disk 2 CD.
NOTE: If you want to install the optional R2 components, click OK and
then see the "Installing the R2 Components" section to complete the
installation.
17 Click Cancel to proceed with the operating system installation without
installing the optional R2 components.
A Windows Setup dialog box appears with directions on how to
continue with the second CD install at a later time.
18 Click OK.
The Windows Server Post-Setup Security Updates window appears.
NOTE: At this time, your Windows firewall is active. Dell recommends that you
update your system with the latest critical security updates and configure
Automatic Updates before you click Finish.
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19 Click Finish.
The following warning message appears:
When you close this page, inbound connections to
this server will be allowed. Before continuing,
ensure that you have downloaded and installed
all available security updates.
20 Click Yes to close the window.
The Manage Your Server window appears.
The R2 operating system is now installed on your system.
If you need additional information to complete the rest of the installation,
see the documentation that came with your software or go to the
Microsoft Support website at support.microsoft.com.
NOTE: Dell recommends that you download and install any patches, hotfixes,
and service packs from the Microsoft Support website at
support.microsoft.com.
Installing the R2 Components
NOTE: Installing the R2 components enables you to use additional features like
scalability, security-enhanced Web platform, simplified branch server
management, improved identity and access management, and efficient storage
management. Windows Server 2003 SP2 applies updates to the R2 components.
Windows Server 2003 SP2 does not upgrade Windows Server 2003 to Windows
Server 2003 R2.
Perform the steps below to install the optional R2 components:
1 Insert the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Datacenter x64 Edition
with SP2 Disk 2 CD into the CD drive, and then click OK.
The Welcome to the Windows Server 2003 R2 Setup Wizard window
appears.
2 Click Next.
The End-User License Agreement window appears.
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3 If you agree with the information, accept the license terms and click Next.
The Setup Summary window appears.
Click Cancel, if you do not agree with the information. You cannot
proceed with the installation of the optional R2 components.
4 Click Next.
The Completing Windows Server 2003 R2 Setup window is displayed.
5 Click Finish.
The following is a list of the optional R2 components available on the
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Datacenter x64 Edition with SP2 Disk 2 CD:
NOTE: For more information on the R2 components, go to
www.microsoft.com/WindowsServer2003/R2/default.mspx
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Active Directory Application Mode
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Active Directory Federation Services
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Identity Management for UNIX
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Distributed File System
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File Server Management
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File Server Resource Manager
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Hardware Management
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Print Management Component
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Storage Manager for SANs
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Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0
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Common Log File System
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Microsoft Services for NFS
•
Subsystem for UNIX-based Application
•
Windows SharePoint® Services
NOTE: If you are installing the Hardware Management component on a
recently-released Dell system, a message appears containing information
about third-party IPMI drivers. For more information on this message, see the
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard and Enterprise x64 Editions
Important Information document at www.dell.com/ostechsheets.
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Perform the steps below to install a specific R2 component on your system:
1 Log on as an administrator.
2 Click Start→ Settings→ Control Panel, and then double-click on
Add or Remove Programs.
3 Click on Add/Remove Windows Components.
The Windows Components Wizard window appears.
4 Select the R2 components you want to install, and follow the prompts
on the screen to complete the installation.
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