"Ace Fekay [MCT]" <aceman@newsgroup> wrote in message
> "neil40" <neil.grantham@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> One of our clients has Windows SBS 2003 on a HP Proliant Server.
>> They are moving towards running some Customer Service Software, and
>> the software house would like to run it on Terminal Services (via
>> Windows Remote Desktop Web Connection)
>> Obviously SBS isn't geared to this, so we are looking to either
>> a) Upgrade it to full 2008
>> b) Install a second server with 2008 on it.
>> Are there any problems we might face with either of these scenarios?
>> I'd prefer option b) to minimise any changes to the existing server,
>> and nervous that it might not take the upgrade anyway,
>> Thanks for any advice
> You can install an additional server into an SBS domain as a TS server.
> You can also install an additional DC in an SBS domain and making it an
> additional GC, but keeping the FSMOs on the SBS.
> I cross-posted this to the SBS group for better exposure for the SBS
> experts, to see if they have anything to add.
Forgot to cross-post my previous post. I cross-posted this one.