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SBS 2003 + Server 2003 standard

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Hi,

I want to know if I can have  a SBS 2003 setup as file server and Exchange and having a Server 2003 standard joined to the SBS 2003 domain to be able to run Terminal Server in application mode as I want VPN users to take advantage of some CRM systems etc that must be over Terminal Server to run smooth!!

Thanks in advance!!!
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Absolutely.  You can have only ONE SBS server, but you can have multiple Standard servers and run Terminal Services as well as have multiple domain controllers (the SBS server MUST be the FSMO master, but you CAN have other Domain Controllers).
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That is great! Then can we invest in a cheap Dell server to run some applications and have them running on that 2003 Standard server aswell!

Have a nice day!
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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I'd only suggest that you review http://sbsurl.com/sbstss for the how-to, just FYI.

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