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Partial Migration

Hi there.

I have a client who is running SBS2003 Active Directory, they have a new SBS2008 and he wants to migrate all services to the new SBS2008 server except for Exchange which is running on the 2003. Is this possible or recommended?
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Ergs
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raysonleeCommented:
Yes, I believe you can run Exchange on a separate server, although you would need extra license.
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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
I think that no in a simple way. SBS versions requires that Active directory functions is installed and this must be the only DC on the network.

Why don´t like migrate Exchange service to the new server? Exchange 2007 has new features that 2003 doesn´t have.
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ErgsAuthor Commented:
Hmmm. yes I think full migration may be the way to go.
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kevinhsiehCommented:
You can have multiple DCs in a SBS network. You can not have any trusts, and you can only have 1 SBS server.

Migrating Exchange to the new server is the way to go.

Can your client get SBS2011 instead? That will get Exchange 2010 instead of Exchange 2007.  
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ErgsAuthor Commented:
I graded B because it was a simple question and got a general answer.... which was good enough
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