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internet connection sharing in Windows SBS 2003 Std

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The only way I find in Windows SBS 2003 Standard to share internet connections through the server is to use RRAS.  I cannot find ICS as an option.  Is this correct?



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Yes that is correct.  RRAS is used to share connections on SBS 2003.

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IceRaven.
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Thanks IceRaven .. now I wish I had asked how  :)
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Just post another question, if you haven't already :)

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