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I am looking for microsoft's best practices for.

Seting up Active Directory
Setting up Exchange 2003 in a clustered enviroment
Setting up Terminal Server In a NLB Enviroment

The OS of choice is none other than windows 2k3 Enterprise for Exchange and Standard for Active Directory and Terminal Server
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You da man Jam
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Yup, but I have to completelly redesign and impliment our company's new network... without down time... with remote offices.
So I am reading up and making sure I have all the information I need before I begin ordering equipment.
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