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Can Windows 2008 Terminal Server run off a Windows SBS 2003 Domain Controller

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I have a client with a Windows 2003 SBS Domain Controller that runs Exchange as well.  I was wondering whether I could connect a Windows 2008 Terminal Server box to the domain and run their Applications off that without any conflict, leaving the 2003 box as the DC
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Yes you can - best practice dictates that the machine is a member server
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Hang on - A windows 2k8 terminal server needs a 2k8 licensing server
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