I need to choose between windows server 2003 standard and sbs 2003 standard. The problem/dilemma is the application that needs to be used, Quickbooks Enterprise. We may need to allow remote access to this program(the accountant) and under windows server 2003 can run it in Terminal Services application sharing mode. without additional software/hardware purchase(except for TS cals).There is 2 additional users on local lan. If we set this up with SBS 2003, can we get the same remote access effect by installing QB in clent/server mode and have accountant access through RWW and logon to addtional (3rd)pc and run QB from there? The other problem is lack of broadband internet, other than satellite, and I realize the issues that come with that.
Otherwise, SBS requires seperate box to run TS in application sharing mode, and is an additional expense.