I am currently runnning filemaker server 5.5 on a nt4.0 server within a domain environment.
My domain is a windows 2003 small business server that we use as our file server as well as exchange server.
The clients are using WindowsXP PRofessional XP2
I am in the process of converting all my files to filemaker 7.0 and by the next couple of weeks hope to move my databases to a new server.
I need some recommendations on server/hardware configurations.
Would it be too much to run filemaker server 7 on our small business server?
If so what would you suggest. We have about 30 databases and 10 users who connect.
Can the server run on an Xp computer or does it have to be actual server software.
Appreciate your help!!
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