In article <3ece27bb-acf6-4124-9aac-10595cd85f28
@k29g2000yqh.googlegroups.com>, texan767@newsgroup says...
> On May 11, 8:13*pm, Leythos <spam999f...@newsgroup> wrote:
> > In article <c31c3ddd-c088-4234-a237-17725390d014
> > @a34g2000yqn.googlegroups.com>, texan...@newsgroup says...
> > > One of my customers has a 2008 SBS, but isn't using Exchange, SQL, or
> > > any of the other features included with it.
> > > They ordered it with the thought that maybe they would use it someday
> > > & with the economy like it was they figured they'd better get it when
> > > they did.
> > > My question is can I uninstall any of the features they aren't using &
> > > would it improve the server's performance as just a file & print
> > > server?
> > What do you consider showing poor performance?
> > Since the server just sits there and does basic authentication and
> > sharing of files, since you're not using Exchange, explain how it's
> > performing poorly that you want to change?
> > --
> > You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
> > voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.*
> > Trust yourself.
> > spam999f...@newsgroup (remove 999 for proper email address)
> Peachtree accounting is the main culprit.
> Pulling up reports, etc., take way longer than they did on old win2k
Thats a network issue from what I've seen. I have a couple SBS 08
systems with the latest PT multi-user installed, they have a 1GB network
and a simple RAID 1+0 array, server has 8GB Ram.... Some files are over
800MB for the client - works faster than their previous SBS 03 system
You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.
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