Ideally, when deploying Distribution Points, you really want to use Windows 2008 R2 or higher, as this OS supports autoconfiguration of WDS, IIS, etc.
But of course, in some situations this isn’t feasible.
First, install all Service packs, the machine should be fully up to date.
Then, add the SCCM Server or install account to the local Administrators on the Windows 2003 machine
Then, install IIS and WDS (if using PXE).
Then, install the Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 Support Tools
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