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Old 05-19-2008, 03:24 PM   #1
bobbera
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Windows 2003 server on RHEL 5 Xen


I've been triying to install Windows 2003 Server as Full Virtualized VM using ISO method and installation process failed to continue after Windows starts to launch its second installation stage . There is a workaround for the CD-ROM method installation either for 2000 or 2003 systems from the RedHat and it worked .
I assume that Xen /etc/xen/guest config file is to be edited . But what is the correct syntax ?
Does anybody know how to fix it ? Thanks
 
  


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