I have a box running Windows Server 2003 SBS in one company location. We have another location offsite where I would like to setup another server, running 2003 Standard. It might also be running 2003 Standard SR2, if that makes any difference.
Now what I would like to do is setup the 2003 Standard server as a domain controller in the SBS domain. I know that it can't hold any of the FSMO roles and all the other limitations that come with SBS. But the only thing I haven't been able to find clarification on is if SBS supports Active Directory Sites or not. In a pure Standard Server envrionment, I know I could use sites to make sure the users in the remote office authenticate against their local server. But like I said, I haven't been able to find anything that says if SBS will do this or not.
Anyone know for sure if it'll work or not?
Thanks in advance.