Move clientapps SBS SP1



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Move clientapps SBS SP1

Postby R0JXYXJyZW4 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 07:46:04 GMT

I moved clientapps as described in move data files article.  I made the 
registry change to show Clientappsroot to be at E:\Clientapps.  I am trying 
to install SBS 2003 SP1 and I am still getting an error that it cannot find 
Outlook in the eventlog.  It is still referencing C:\Clientapps to install.   

Please help!!!

Re: Move clientapps SBS SP1

Postby Merv Porter [SBS-MVP] » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 07:53:11 GMT


Take a look at...

How to install Service Pack 1 for SBS 2003 [Author Marite Knap]

(scroll down to)
Things that can happen during the installation of Small Business Server 
Service Pack 1

If you get an error during the installation of Windows Small Business Server 
2003 Update KB891193 for Windows XP Service Pack 2 that the system cannot 
find the path, you must have moved the Clientapps folder to another location 
but you did not change the path in the registry. Take a look at this hive in 
the registry: 
"ClientAppsRoot"="C:\ClientApps".  If you moved the Clientapps to drive D: 
the ClientAppsRoot must point to the same place.

Merv  Porter  [SBS MVP]

Re: Move clientapps SBS SP1

Postby R0JXYXJyZW4 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 08:25:02 GMT

I did that previously and is still not working.  My registry does show that 

Re: Move clientapps SBS SP1

Postby Merv Porter [SBS-MVP] » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 09:02:43 GMT

Is Outlook 2003 instaled in ClientApps?

  1.. If you did not install Outlook 2003 in the Clientapps when you 
initially installed the server, you must do that before you install the 
service packs. If you install SBS SP1 without Outlook in the Clientapps, you 
will get an error message at the end of the SBS SP1 install. After that you 
will see the message that the update was successfully applied. After reboot 
review the logfiles in the \Program Files\Microsoft Integration\Windows for 
Small Business Server 2003\Logs. They will show you that the error was with 
Outlook 2003.
Merv  Porter  [SBS MVP]

Re: Move clientapps SBS SP1

Postby R0JXYXJyZW4 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 09:10:02 GMT

Yes it was installed.  It works fine to install on the clients when setting 
them up.

Any other suggestions?


Garan Warren

Re: Move clientapps SBS SP1

Postby Merv Porter [SBS-MVP] » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 09:37:58 GMT

an you post the exact text of the error message?

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>-----Original Message-----
>I would like to free some space on HDD C where the system 
is located. I
>would like to move the clientapps, user shared folders 
and documents and
>settings to D drive.
>Is there any way to move these folders without loosing 
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