Here's how I did it:
I created system snapshot a XP machine using InstallRite.
Then I have installed wmp11 on the XP machine.
Then created an installation KIT with InstallRite which I deployed on the 2003 machine, and worked just fine:)
The steps of bypassing genuine checks on the xp machine can be found on google
yet at some point I had to do the following not found in other tutorials (when bypassing the genuine check):
-find and replace in the registry the wmp9/10 version. Please make sure when you search for the version, replace de (.) with (,) from the versions obtained from the error message.
-run this command (which I found somewhere in the registry):
rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection C:\WINDOWS\INF\wmp11.inf,PerUserStub
Mr. Dick C. Normous, on May 16 2006, 08:31, said:
Hello everyone! I got bored earlier so I started to mess around with WMP11. I was wondering if I could get it to run on Windows Server 2003. It wasn't real easy but I have got it to work. The only programs I used were Wise Installation System and VmWare running Xp plus some custom batch files I made to copy and register what Wise missed.
If I come up with an easier way to do this I will post it. Right now it is to complex for me to remember everything I’ve done tonight.