SBS 2003 server differences between Enterprize and Standard

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Roger PAltz, Feb 28, 2004.

  1. Roger PAltz

    Roger PAltz Guest

    What are the differences between Windows 2003 server SBS
    25 user and Windows 2003 server Enterprize edition 25
    user.
     
    Roger PAltz, Feb 28, 2004
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  2. SBS 2003 comes with standard Exchange 2003. So we are comparing Exchange
    2003 Standard and Enterprise.

    http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/evaluation/overview/default.asp

    Exchange 2003 is available in two editions:

    Exchange 2003 Standard Edition is designed to meet the messaging and
    collaboration needs of small and medium-size corporations. With Exchange
    2003 Standard Edition, you get:
    Exchange 2003.
    The flexibility to be configured as a Microsoft Office Outlook® Web
    Access front-end server.
    16-gigabyte (GB) data storage maximum.
    Recovery Storage Group.

    Exchange 2003 Enterprise Edition is designed for large enterprise
    corporations and enables you to create multiple storage groups and multiple
    databases. Exchange 2003 Enterprise Edition provides an 8-terabyte (TB)
    message store that eases the constraints on the amount of data that a
    single server can manage. With Exchange 2003 Enterprise Edition, you get:
    All the features and products included in Exchange 2003 Standard
    Edition.
    Database size limited only by your hardware (with a maximum size of 16
    terabytes).
    Multiple databases per server.
    Clustering support for four nodes on Microsoft Windows® 2000 Advanced
    Server or eight nodes on Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 Enterprise Edition.

    Ray Fong
    Microsoft SBS Product Support

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
     
    Ray Fong [MSFT], Feb 28, 2004
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