I would like to pick the brains of the EE group. My company just bought a 2003 server with exchange. We previously had a 2000 Small Business Server but out grew it. I have a windows 2000 server license from one of our remote file servers.
Windows 2000 Small Business Server
So here is my plan:
Windows 2000 Server
DNS, Active Directory, File Server, SQL, FTP
Windows 2003 Server
Exchange 2003, DNS, SPAM filter, Webserver, Sharepoint
The way our company is spread out is we have a corporate office with 50 users, one satellite office with 30 users and several small 3-10 person offices. The uses for SQL are our accounting software that access the database via the sa account and the websites. We have 110 users corporate wide so does anyone have any thoughts on the best way to tie all of this together and stay legal. We have already purchased 110 user cals + exchange cals. SQL should be able to get by with the 10 cals that came with it.
1) Is my current plan to go to two servers from a small business server going to work?
2) Is there a better way to do it?