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move a server to a different OU

pagefigaro
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We have a sbs2008 domain and did the migration from a 2003 server a couple months ago. I'm having a problem getting a Standard 2003 server to show up in the list of available computers when working through Remote Web Workplace. I think I've discovered the problem, but would like to make sure of the reprocussions before I move the server. The Standard 03 server just houses a file share that runs a dos program. When the server was joined to the domain, i believe it was joined by right-clicking my computer and then changing the network to domain "xxxx". The server is located in the "computers" group in Active Directory. I would like to move it to the "SBS Computers" group because I think it will show up in the RWW list of computers. What (if any) reprocussions would result from this move? I believe that the SBS Computers OU has the normal Group Policies that an SBS server applies. Other than that, there aren't any customizations. Thanks
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Thanks I will be moving the servers locations tomorrow. Do you know if the small business 2008 server is available through remote web workplace? I'm not able to see it. It's listed under "domain controllers" OU
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