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Differences in active directory in SBS 2008 and SBS 2011

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We're having problems getting a Buffalo Terastation unit to properly authenticate domain users.  Seems like it's a common problem.

Anyway, Buffalo are refusing to help because we are using it in an SBS 2011 domain which isn't supported.

Are there many differences between the 2008 and 2011 AD schemas?
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Cliff Galiher earned 500 total points
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SBS 2011 is a stock-standard 2008 R2 and Exchange 2010 schema. So yes, there are differences between that and SBS 2008, which was a 2008 R1 and Exchange 2007 schema.

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Ah right...ta
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