I need to move remote web workplace to another server

We had an SBS2003 box which we had to apply the transition pack to, due to exceeding the 75 user limit. I have added a new DC and tranferred the fsmo roles to it. I have added a new exchange 2003 box and migrated the mailboxes and rehomed the necessary services to it. I want to eventually take the old sbs box away.

The RWW still functions on the old sbs box and we are still using it. But because I moved the exchange services to the new server, I can't use OWA anymore since RWW and OWA both use SSL.

I really need both RWW and OWA to work and the only way I can think of doing it is by moving the RWW function to the exchange server or moving both the RWW and the OWA to the same box.

Am i understanding correctly that RWW is just a website installed using IIS? Can it not just be moved?

Would appreciate a solution to this one before I break something.
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From my understanding, this is only a feature of SBS.  It cannot be moved to another server.  It also relies on sharepoint services.
CruthinAuthor Commented:
Ok. I had thought that this was the case. But could I install sharepoint and rww on the other box or are these only exclusive to sbs?
I haven't been able to find any info on how to do that or if it is even possible.  I have found an alternative.  Try SSL Explorer.  It is free.  works great me.

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CruthinAuthor Commented:
Thanks. SSL explorer certainly looks like a perfect solution. I will set aside some time to investigate.
Notes: Ok i have been able to move the \Remote folder to another windows 2003 server. I will try and elaborate more tomorrow but the basics are copy the \Remote folder from the inetpub to the new inetpub use the same location if possible. on the SBS system: - Regedit, find the small business server key under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Small Business Server\ - Export the whole folder and copy that to the new server for import In IIS on the new server find the remote folder under default site and right click, properties, create application and then you will need to set permissions on the .net temp folder under windows to allow the following permissions: - before you do this Just note what version of the .net framework you are attaching to the application. this is the only folder to mess with. -under windows\microsoft.net\xxxframework\ find the temp folder and right click properties, security tab and add the following: 1. IIS_wpg - full control of temp folder 2. Iusr_servername - full control of temp folder maybe another one but i cannot think of it right now. Under the IIS site manager on the new server right click the remote folder again and properties. get to the directory security tab and adjust the settings to allow ananomyous access. Restart server. You will need to add a group called Remote Web Workplace Users to the Active Directory if you do not have it carried over from the SBS days..... Be sure to add the users you want to have remote access to that group. You might also need to add them to the local Remote desktop users group for each workstation but that is for you to determine. Greg -
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