Install Win2003Server on drive D, keep C free

Microsoft Windows server 2003 enterprise...
November 18, 2010 at 18:37:15
Specs: Windows Server 2003, Xeon/12gb
I am trying to to Install Windows2003Server on drive D and want to leave drive C totally free.

My need is to be able to change the drive letter of C to say F, and map a network drive as C.

I tried with 2 disks, and selected the second one (drive D) while installing and got the OS on d drive. But I am left with some system files on drive C (like NTDETECT.COM, boot.ini, ntldr, "system volume information", etc), which does not allow me to change the drive letter of drive C to something else.

Thank you in advance for all responses.


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November 18, 2010 at 20:22:09
Out of curiousity, what possible reason would you have for this criteria?

I might have a theory you can try.

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