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Download Windows 2003 SP1 Support Tools

What are the Windows Server 2003 Support Tools? Where can I get them from?

The Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools are a set of software tools for administrators, developers, and power users to manage Active Directory, Group Policy, TCP/IP Networks, Registry, Security, Scalability and many other areas of the Windows Server 2003 operating system. They are intended for use by Microsoft support personnel and experienced users to assist in diagnosing and resolving computer problems.

The Windows Support Tools for Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 can be installed only on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 operating systems.

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It is highly recommended that you remove all previous versions of Support Tools, including beta versions of the Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows Server 2003, before you run the Support Tools installation program.

The Support Tools are not automatically installed when you install Windows 2003, and unless someone finds a good and stable download link, they cannot be found anywhere on the Internet. The only place for you to look for these tools is on the installation CD-ROM in the \support\tools folder.

Download the Windows Server 2003 SP1 Support Tools (5.21mb)

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