Tip: How to correctly select the file you need 1 If you know MD5 value of the required files, it is the best approach to make choice 2 If you do not know MD5 value of files, you can choose the appropriate files by adopting the following three steps:
(1) View the operating system version. (Method: Click "My Computer" on the desktop-> "Properties" to view the operating system version)
(2) If your original file is just corrupted but not lost, then please check the version number of your files. (Method: Click your original file, and then click on the right key to select "Properties" from the pop-up menu, you can see the version number of the files)
(3) Depending on the version number of your existing operating system, and version number of the files, you can select the corresponding files from the list below to download the required files. If you still can't find the file you need, you can leave a "message" on the webpage.
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter x64 with update:
FileVersionFile Md5File SizeFile BitFile Path
6.3.9600.16384 (winblue_rtm.130821-1623)2760fd754c5f35289bb31d2ee26df0ae82 K64 bitDownload this files and unzip them (How to download?) please place the unpacked files in the following path:
Firstly, select your Operating System on the blank, and then click "Download" button, and it will quickly redirect to the file download list as the picture below:
Next, please confirm your verion of OS, and select the proper download link.
click "Download this file" to enter its download page.
• Can't find the version of the file you need?
• The downloaded file cannot be used due to unstable network?
You can try to use this file finder. The method is very simple. Enter the file name, and you will find many versions of this file. Select the file version you need to download, this tool will automatically download a complete file for you.
Click Here Download File Finder
If you have any further questions or need help, please leave us a message:
Michel BernabelaHelp Windows Server 2003
Help, I need netdom for windows server 2003 sp2
Reply: This file is not found at present, but you can try to use a file suitable for the Win2008 version. Netdom.exe is a network command execution file, not the core file of the Windows system, so even if the wrong version is used, it will not cause the system to crash. But remember to back up the old files before using the new ones.
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