Migrate Remote Web Workplace to Windows 2008 Server

Hi all,
We are migrating from SBS 2008 server to full Windows 2008 server enterprise edition.  The SBS server will be retired.

We would like to keep remote web workplace.  

Is there an installer for this for Windows 2008 Server?  If so, where can I get it?  If not, how can I migrate the functionality to the new server
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Ian MacRaeSoftware ConsultantAsked:
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abdelaleemCommented:
AFAIK this is only a SBS feature and doesn't exist in any other Windows Server editions.. try a third party or even use a TS.
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Ian MacRaeSoftware ConsultantAuthor Commented:
This solution mentions "Run remoteww.msi from the Remote Operations Manager CD"  .  Where would I obtain this?
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abdelaleemCommented:
Well.. I believe you can download a trial from here:
http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/operations-manager.aspx 
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Cris HannaSr IT Support EngineerCommented:
Understand that the RWW mentioned in the links provided is NOT RWW from SBS.   It's unfortunate that they use the same name.
I believe that the product being referred to is part of the desktop management piece found here...http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/dynamic-desktops.aspx   specifically the last section
Remote PC Diagnostic and Repair
The System Center desktop remote PC diagnostic and repair solution enables zero-touch remote diagnosis and remediation of problems for online and out-of-band client systems to help pinpoint and troubleshoot issues that affect the user experience.
RWW - the ability to connect to your own workstation is unique to the SBS product..you can't break it out and install it on standard server
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Ian MacRaeSoftware ConsultantAuthor Commented:
The ability to connect to their own workstation remotely is the feature that they want.  Terminal services connects to the server, not their workstation.

VPN is another option, and then allow remote desktop.  Crude, but may work.  Still investigating.
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Cris HannaSr IT Support EngineerCommented:
RDC via VPN is certainly an option, but certainly requires more training than RWW.
Curious as to why your moving away from SBS.  Have you exceeded the 75 CAL limit?
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Ian MacRaeSoftware ConsultantAuthor Commented:
The business is breaking up into seperate organisations and there is now a requirement for a sub-domain for each arm.  SBS does not support that.  Hence we need to migrate to full server.
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Ady FootSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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