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Can WSS 3.0 be configured to use a full product of SQL rather than the default internal database which only supports 4Gb of data ?

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Can WSS 3.0 be configured to use a full product of SQL rather than the default internal database which only supports 4Gb of data ?

Also can WSS 3.0 pages be designed in Sharepoint Designer 2007 ?
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Hi CaussyR,

Yes you can configure your WSS3.0 for SQL 2005 SP2 (Build Server Farm).
Using Sharepoint Designer you can play with your Site.

Let me know if you need more information on this. :)

Thanks,
Abdul Hakim T
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This Link helps you to understand the capability of WSS 3.0 Backend DB

Deploy using DBA-created databases (Windows SharePoint Services)
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288606.aspx

Determine hardware and software requirements (Windows SharePoint Services) -http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288751.aspx
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Thanks for your help and the links.
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