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What version of ISA 2004 comes with SBS 2K3 Premium?

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What version of ISA 2004 comes with Windows Small Business Server 2003 Premium Edition?

ISA 2004 Standard Edition

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ISA 2004 Enterprise Edition
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by:Zadkin
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Nothing Entreprise in SBS,  my bet is standard.
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Tweaked version of Standard.  Has a few features that even standard does not have.

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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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It's a full version of ISA2004 Standard Edition.  The only additional items are not really a part of ISA Server but rather they are parts of SBS.

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