In a small business environment of less than 75 clients (currently 40) what are your thoughts on best implementations for windows servers and their respective roles?
Currently at a new clients business there is one SBS2003 server acting as domain controller, application server and exchange server and for some profound reason an XP client as the current fileserver.
Anyway... with relation to speed and security is it best to create another SBS2003/2008 server joined to the domain and use it for the fileserver and exchange server and leave the initial server as the domain controller or is it valid to house all roles on a single central server?
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