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Old 11-28-2008, 11:17 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Steve Rindsberg View Post
What with the size of today's HDDs, I got into the habit a while back of copying the contents of the install CDs for the OS and major apps into a \CDs folder immediately after doing the install. Or sometimes before hand, then doing the install from the copy in \CDs\Office2003 or whatever.

I *literally* can't tell you how much trouble that's saved because after the first time it demands the CD and I point it at the copy on the HDD, there are no further demands. It just goes and gets what it thinks it wants.
Our tech staff do the same sort of thing. Everything that might be asked for again is kept on the file server.

Problem in the case I mentioned is that the server we were sitting at isn't on the domain.

   
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