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Project 2003 Installation on SBS

Posted on 2006-05-02
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Last Modified: 2010-04-19
I am trying to install Project 2003 on a new SBS.  The documentation for Project 2003 Server does not seem to match closely SBS menus or options.  I am an admitted newbee but can follow directions if they are clear.  Does anyone have P2k3 server installation proceedures expressly for SBS?  
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I have seen this document before but not used it...



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Wow... that was fast.  Thanks.  It is just what I needed.

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