Install Windows 2000 Cluster Services: Installing the Windows 2000 Cluster Service: Node 1

3. How you respond to this screen depends on how you want to configure Terminal Services on this server. In this example, we don’t want to make any changes to the current settings, so we just select “Next”. The following screen appears:

4. This screen tells you that Windows 2000 is now installing the Cluster Service files. But before this screen completes, this screen may appear:

5) This screen is asking you to insert the CD with the Windows 2000 Service Pack files on them. You may either put the CD in the CD drive on the server and click “OK,” or if the Service Pack 2 files are locally stored, as in this example, just click “OK”.

6) If the install program can’t find Service Pack 2 files in the CD player, it will prompt you (as above) for the location of these files. Use the “Browse” button to find the files on the current server, or on a remote server, then click “OK.” Next, the following screen may appear:

7) This screen is asking you to insert the CD with the Windows 2000 Advanced Server files on them. You may either put the CD in the CD drive on the server and click “OK,” or if the Windows 2000 Advanced Server files are locally stored, as in this example, just click “OK”.

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