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Can I install server 2003 std on another server and use it as a secondary AD backup with a SBS 2003 Std server?

If so How can I do this
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Yes, just like you'd do any other system.  Install Windows, join it to the domain, run DCPROMO.  If you get an error about the Schema is probably because you have the R2 version of Server standard and a non-R2 version of SBS.
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