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Small Business Server 2003 std

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#1 rbx27


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Posted 25 August 2005 - 10:13 AM

Hi, my existing network has 3 pc runnin win 2000 with dos client; and a server runnin a dos dispatch/accounting operating system as a workgroup network. I bought a new dispatch/accounting application that requires Windows Server. How do i configure windows Small Business Server 2003 so i can continue to use my old dispatch system and add a xp workstation and a server running SBS 2003 and my new dispatch software. I would like to be able to migrate my customer data base from old to new over a period of time but keep my operation running.I understand my new server will be the domain server which i will setup with 2 nic cards, a DSL router with a static IP. How do i set up my LAN so all 5 pc share data from both servers?

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#2 Snapper


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Posted 30 August 2005 - 07:06 PM

you have a large list and it is a bit intimidating to give much advice from where we type, and i am not too up on it honestly, but your thread had a lot of views and no posts so i did a bit of searching for you, start here-


after that , contact the vendor of the legacy software you are using, it is likely custom and you will need his/her help there to get it right. you also need to know how to set up an active directory and have knowledge of server administration. you would be wise to get some local help on this one. sorry i couldnt help any more. but remember, google is net users best friend!!

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