Application Server

Posted on 2006-04-12
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
I am running a small business server 2003  as domain and my appliction server also on same domain in sql server 2000. what i want is make a application server seperate from domain server. what kind of windows server i need to have to make a application server. i have window 2000 server standard .can i use as application server. how this server will work with the domain . it will be a separate server or i have to join to domain as client . can some one tell me how i acheive. thanks

Question by:LINGSAEED
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    A windows 2000 server is just fine in an SBS2003 domain.  You would join the server to the domain by using the SBS2003 tools.

    Please see for the "how-to"


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    by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
    You can do that yourself by clicking on the "Accept" button.  That would certainly make Venabili a very happy person today!

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    >>That would certainly make Venabili a very happy person today!
    Huh? Well, it will but it will make you and the closing Mods happier :)

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