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How do I add a windows server 2003 standard as a member server to a 2003 SBS
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 250 total points
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Pretty easy... just follow the directions outlined in http://sbsurl.com/addserver


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hi ,

Yeah I did all this but when I try to manage the new server in the server list, all items return access denied or no permission
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You joined the server to the domain using http://<sbsservername>/connectcomputer?

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Yes I did but it said that the computer was already joined and that I didn't have to run it again
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