Thank you, perfect!
At 10:46 AM 3/20/2006, you wrote:
> Yes it is hard. Visual Studio Pro 2005 is composed of:
>SQL server 2005 developer edition (6 cd's)
> 2 CD's for each of 32 bit, 64 bit x64, and Itanium (ia64).
>MSDN for Visual Studio 2005 (3 cd's)
>2 cd's that make up the CORE visual studio cd, and cd #2.
> The other CD's are for visual team studio and other product
> variations. But just visual studio/pro 2005 is 11 cd's.
>>A question for those who deal with maintaining the media library.
>>Am I missing something or is it sometimes very difficult to
>>determine what is what with regard to media? I have a client who
>>purchased a license for Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft part number
>>C5E-00170. I have media for Visual Studio 2005 but there are 50
>>disks and none are labeled in such a way that I can build sets
>>based on version. When I use the license to media mapping function
>>via the volume licensing services page I find that the CD kit is
>>part number C5E-00076. None of the 50 CDs I have show this number
>>either on the CD label or on the back of the sleeve where it says "media set."
>>This is usually not a problem with 1 and 2 disk media sets but this
>>one is just monstrous. Anyone out there actually familiar with the
>>product install and able to save me the hours it will take to unravel this?
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