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Slipstreaming SP\CU During Setup


Slipstreaming SP\CU During Setup

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Perry Whittle
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Perry,

This was a very helpful article. We had just done several slip stream installs for the Microsoft Amalga product over the last few weeks and did the CUP4 install seperately. This procedure will save us that extra step on future installs.

Thanks very much.
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Nice job. Slipstreaming is a very handy feature and one I wish I'd had when we had to install new instances in the past.

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Glad you guys found this useful, i found it helped immensely when performing installs with the RTM media which had a few issues!

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Most of us by now have encountered the issues with the RTM SQL Server 2008 installation media...

Therefore some of us have not.

In the interest of sating my (perhaps irrational) curiosity, would you care to provide a summary or link to the issues in question? Thanks.

Regardless of that, this is a good introduction to slipstreaming. Thanks!
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sknox (12/28/2010)
Most of us by now have encountered the issues with the RTM SQL Server 2008 installation media...

Therefore some of us have not.

In the interest of sating my (perhaps irrational) curiosity, would you care to provide a summary or link to the issues in question? Thanks.

Regardless of that, this is a good introduction to slipstreaming. Thanks!

Remember also, slipstreaming the SP\CU will help decrease the deployment time for the SQL Server instance.
There are quite a few issues to be honest, the most notable ones are detailed at the following links

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957459

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955949

Glad this article could be of help to you.

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Nice article. Thanks for this.

I believe the failure of SQL Server 2008 RTM (Kerberos issue) pops up when we install SQL server 2008 on Windows 2008. I believe it works fine for SQL server 2008 on 2003 cluster.

Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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m--S3qU3L (1/2/2011)
Nice article. Thanks for this.

No problem, glad you found this useful.


m--S3qU3L (1/2/2011)
I believe the failure of SQL Server 2008 RTM (Kerberos issue) pops up when we install SQL server 2008 on Windows 2008. I believe it works fine for SQL server 2008 on 2003 cluster.

Please correct me if I'm wrong.

As I said previously, there are so many various issues I think most people would have encountered a few of them at some point. I have only encountered this particular issue once and yes, i'm sure it was whilst installing to a Windows 2008 server. I always slipstream now so issues are generally at a minimum for me.

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Excellent article, I've always slipstreamed OS install media, didn't realize it was possible with SQL server.
Thanks,
Lon
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Lon-860191 (1/4/2011)
Excellent article, I've always slipstreamed OS install media, didn't realize it was possible with SQL server.
Thanks,
Lon

Only SQL2008 onwards ;-)

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