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Is there any way to export the settings in IIS of Remote Web Workplace and then import them into a standard server?  I have a client that has been using RWW, but is growing out of the SBS size limits and I am looking at installing a couple of new servers to replace the SBS.  The problem is that they like the RWW connection and I was wanting to get it working on the new server running standard server.

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No, there's no way of running RWW on a standard server.  If they are getting literally too big for SBS, the only alternative is to go to a full Terminal server installation.  For a company that is growing beyond the 75-user limit, Terminal Server is a much more secure and economic solution anyway, unless they just have a few users connecting remotely.  If they are getting too big in terms of network load and need for additional services, but still below the 75-user SBS licensing limit, you could keep the SBS server and just add additional standard servers to the network to provide the additional services you need.
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So there is no way to setup any kind of IIS config to allow RWW?
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RWW is built into the SBS operating system in such a way that it is virtually impossible to duplicate it in a standard server environment, as far as I know or have ever heard.  You can allow multiple remote desktop connections directly to various workstations in the company, but that can be a configuration nightmare as well as a huge security hole.
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Thanks for the assistance
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