Is there a classic "How To" on how to setup a 2-server configuration for a MS DB server and a MS App/web server?

Posted on 2007-10-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
I need to setup a 2-server public-facing web/db server on a MS infrastructure and wanted to see if someone could provide a good "how to" document/website that can help me through the process. The public-facing web server will be a 2K3 server and the supporting DB server will be 2K3 with SQL 2005.
Question by:dbrennecke
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    by:Malli Boppe

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    I think I need more basic info than in this link....
    Do the 2 machines have to be in a domain?
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    For NLB cluster I would say the servers need to be difnately in the same domain.Once NLB is setup the its just  members act just as a normal server. I think with the database server you can have in different domain as long as they a trust relationship

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