This article describes a software update that you can install to configure the Client Setup feature in Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 (Windows SBS). This update enables you to configure the Client Setup feature to deploy Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) to client computers that are running Windows XP Professional.
By default, the Client Setup feature deploys Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) to all client computers that are running Windows XP Professional.
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There are no prerequisites.
You do not have to restart your computer after you apply this update.
Update replacement information
This update does not replace any other updates.
The English version of this update has the file attributes (or later file attributes) that are listed in the following table. The dates and times for these files are listed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). When you view the file information, it is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone
tab in the Date and Time item in Control Panel.
Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 11-Sep-2004 00:37 220.127.116.11 1,544,464 Sbs2003-kb884032-x86-enu.exe 24-Aug-2004 18:32 5.2.2651.1 345,088 Applnch.exe 10-Sep-2004 18:45 5.2.2651.1 41,472 Custom.dll 24-Aug-2004 18:34 5.2.2651.1 734,208 Sbscomp.dll 10-Aug-2001 23:37 10,410 Confdent.cov 10-Sep-2004 18:45 5.2.2651.1 41,472 Custom.dll 24-Aug-2004 18:55 20,480 Fax.msi 05-Nov-2003 23:29 20 Fax_inst.inf 05-Nov-2003 23:29 276 Fax_master.inf 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 452,096 Fxsapi.dll 18-Aug-2001 05:36 5.2.1776.0 111,104 Fxscfgwz.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 143,360 Fxsclnt.exe 18-Aug-2001 05:36 5.2.1776.0 132,608 Fxsclntr.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 72,192 Fxscom.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 285,184 Fxscomex.dll 10-Aug-2001 23:37 1,361 Fxscount.h 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 229,376 Fxscover.exe 04-Aug-2004 07:56 0.3.2600.2180 27,136 Fxsdrv.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 55,296 Fxsevent.dll 10-Aug-2001 23:37 791 Fxsext.ecf 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 23,552 Fxsext32.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 23,552 Fxsmon.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 132,608 Fxsocm.dll 04-Aug-2004 08:07 50,680 Fxsocm.inf 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 8,704 Fxsperf.dll 10-Aug-2001 23:37 1,793 Fxsperf.ini 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 6,656 Fxsres.dll 18-Aug-2001 05:36 5.2.1776.0 31,744 Fxsroute.dll 18-Aug-2001 05:36 5.2.1776.0 11,264 Fxssend.exe 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 562,176 Fxsst.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 267,776 Fxssvc.exe 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 246,272 Fxst30.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 397,312 Fxstiff.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 154,112 Fxsui.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 192,512 Fxswzrd.dll 04-Aug-2004 07:56 5.2.2600.2180 400,384 Fxsxp32.dll 10-Aug-2001 23:37 10,761 Fyi.cov 10-Aug-2001 23:37 15,008 Generic.cov 10-Aug-2001 23:37 10,374 Urgent.cov
Update installation instructions
To prepare Windows SBS to deploy Windows XP SP2 to client computers that are running Windows XP Professional, follow these steps on the Windows SBS-based computer:
- Download the 884032 update and Windows XP SP2. To do this, follow these steps:
- To download the 884032 software update, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
- Click Download to start the download.
- When you are prompted to open or to save the file, click Save.
- Click Desktop as the location to save the file, and then click Save.
- When the download is completed, click Close.
- To download the Windows XP SP2 network installation package, visit the following Microsoft Web site:Note If you already have Windows XP SP2 on a CD, go to step 2.
- Repeat steps b through e for the Windows XP SP2 download. Make sure that you save the file to the desktop.
- Update the Windows SBS ClientApps5 folder with Windows XP SP2. To do this, follow these steps:
- Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK.
- At the command prompt, type cd %userprofile% \desktop, and then press ENTER.
- At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:
windowsxp-kb835935-sp2-enu.exe /x:Drive:\clientapps5\wxpsp2Note Drive is the drive that contains the ClientApps5 folder.
Note If you are extracting the Windows XP SP2 files from a Windows XP SP2 CD, change to the drive of the Windows XP SP2 CD, and then type the following command:
xpsp2.exe /x:Drive:\clientapps5\wxpsp2The files are extracted to the Wxpsp2 folder in the ClientApps5 folder.
Important You must extract the files to the Wxpsp2 folder. If you do not use this name, the update procedure will not work.
- When the file extraction is completed, click OK.
- Install the 884032 update. To install the update, double-click the SBS2003-KB884032-X86-ENU.exe file on the desktop, and then follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
- Delete the Wxpsp1 folder in your ClientApps5 folder. The Wxpsp1 folder contains the Windows XP Service Pack 1 file bits. This is an optional step.
Caution Before you complete this step, test that you have successfully updated a client computer with Windows XP SP2. To do this, use the Windows SBS Client Setup feature. For more information about how to use the Client Setup feature, click Start, click Server Management, click Client Computers in the left pane, and then click More Information. On the Contents tab, click Configure client computers.
To delete the Wxpsp1 folder, follow these steps:
- Click Start, click Run, type the following command, and then click OK:
\\ServerName\clientapps5Note ServerName is the name of the Windows SBS-based computer.
- Right-click the Wxpsp1 folder, and then click Delete.
- Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
The Client Setup feature will only deploy the service pack if the language setting of the operating system on the client computer is the same as the language setting of the operating system on the server.
When you deploy Windows XP SP2, you may have to restart each client computer two times to enable the Windows XP SP2 Security Center feature. For more information about Microsoft software updates, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
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