Putting a SBS 2003 Server onto an existing network

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by HMOOC, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. HMOOC

    HMOOC Guest

    Hello there!

    I would like to get your opinion on the long term use of SBS 2003 and
    implementing this server within an existing network that have other at least
    4 files servers. I spoke to a reseller today and he gave me the impression
    that SBS 2003 will not work for our environment because it is not design to
    work within a network with other servers? It is design just to work ALL on
    its own. IS THIS TRUE? The information this guy is giving me seems to throw
    me off a bit. It just seems odd that he's objecting to all the work I have
    committed so far. I have put a lot time in researching the hardware,
    software, planning the migration and now he's giving me this news.... I just
    need someone to put this into perspective for me. Its sort of hard to
    believe this right now 'cause of all the prepping I been doing but if that's
    the case I rather do it right than to be sorry later. I mean I know the
    implications that come with implementing SBS 2003 server on our network.
    It's will change the network infrastructure that's for sure.

    thanks!

    Helen
     
    HMOOC, Jan 31, 2006
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