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what is the fastest way to get a MOSS site up?

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trying to get a MOSS site up before next wednesday and Im not 100% on the account structure. And I dont want to put the SP process account with the domain admins just to insure everythintg works.
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You are right to want to do some planning around service accounts - it will save you a lot of future headaches.
Here is a good doc on the accounts to set up and at what stage you'll be expected to provide the info

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263445(v=office.12).aspx
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does it matter that Im using MOSS 2007 vs. 2010? Would love to deploy 2010 but we own 2007 and I cant $ support from the powers to be.
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Matter... not if that's all you have to play with.
From a developer/end user/usability angle 2010 is miles better but then 2007 is miles (and miles and miles!) better than 2003

2010 requires 64 bit windows and sql servers so unless you have those in plac then it's a non-starter for you.
If you do have them in place then the question is sharepoint foundation or sharepoint server - depending on your needs that will depend on the $
Foundation uses windows server cals (but double check this first as licensing is not my thing) where as ful blown sharepoint server starts costing real $
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understood and thanks
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