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Can I demote my 2003 server and then add it as member server in an SBS 2011 domain?

Posted on 2011-10-09
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Can I demote my 2003 server and then add it as member server in an SBS 2011 domain? I have applications I still want to use on the 2003 server, will this work?
Question by:ccfjester
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Sushant Gulati earned 2000 total points
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Yes, but you need to re-install the application and give the manual permissions in using the application to the users. You can easily add it as a member server in your SBS 2011 domain. There will be no harm.

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