Stand by...Stand by.....
Stand by...Stand by.....
/gets mop to absorb drool
Microsoft have allowed us to have a copy of this holy of holies, but please understand that it is in no way actively supported, or recognised by them as a supported product as it is designed for re-sellers only. Any support will be via either this forum or EduGeek. Please take note of the following.
IF YOU DAMAGE YOUR NETWORK OR SERVERS IN ANY WAY IT IS ENTIRELY YOUR FAULT. NEITHER WE, NOR MICROSOFT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSABILITY FOR THE PRODUCT.
Now that is over with.
You will need.
1. A spare server which will be wiped completely.
2. A Windows XP SP2 disc
3. A Windows Server 2003 SP1 disc
4. A Valid licence number for the above
You can download the software from here.
I knew there would be a catch :(
*Now desperately looking for a spare server or PC*
great if you mirror it please add details to this thread here http://www.edugeek.net/index.php?nam...ewtopic&t=1412
Wooo Hooo Come to papa :D
The md5sum is:
titan temp # md5sum MSLNM.zip
Is that correct dos_box?
I have no idea. I didn't put it there or compress it.
Well it decompresses back to the iso without complaining so I guess so.
I get F556484B16F683367C7D1ABEE155C3E6 *MSLNM.zip as well. Thats not to say it works though until I try it.
Virtual PC/VMWare is your friend :)Quote:
Originally Posted by alan-d
I'm having a look at it in VMWare and I intend to produce a little video of the install when I've sussed out how it actually works!
The install and the instructions aren't exactly the same! For example, you can't boot the MSLNM ISO but the LNM ISO within it is bootable but seems not to contain the files that you need!!! :evil:
My bloody Server 2003 disc doesn't currently have SP1 in it either so I need to slipstream that too ffs!!!
I have set it up at home, your Server 2003 must be SP1 slip streamed (as ric has said) and the same for XP Pro. I have set it up on a PC at home, and made it a new domain and I cannot decide so far if I like it or not. I have not set up any clients with it yet (as my second spare PC is dead atm) but I am keeping an open mind. My instant thoughts with it were more primary school / school without easy access to a technician though with the way the web interface works as its very simple to use, so (without sounding rude) a good IT literate teacher could probably handle the classes, users etc.... But I will keep playing and see how it goes, certainly it is a step in a good direction.
@john: Can you wander over to http://edugeek.net/index.php?name=Fo...&p=14377#14377 and give me a hand please?
Dont you wish you had an office like the ones in the Microsoft brosures. rather than a cupbored under the stairs. Well least i have a sever room with aircon i cant complain that much. :-)