|I think SBS is okay for what I use it for, but I've always used Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition on my server and it did the job, so I felt like Going down to SBS is like going back to XP Home from XP Pro. I used XP Home in 2002 but eversince in 2005 I found out that the home edition is a Windows NT OS, which lacks Domain support, I immidietly ditched it. I switched earlier to XP Pro though! :-)|
So, SBS may be the best alternative for me, but back in 2006, when I installed a DC and Exchange on top of it, I was told that it will not work. I never seen a reason why it would be difficult to install Exchange Server 2003 on a Windows Server 2003 DC.
In 2010, I upgraded my DC to Server 2008 and my Exchange Server (The best server I have) is still on a Windows Server 2003 x64, running Exchange Server 2007. It works great with only 3.25 GB of RAM, so I am not sure if I should upgrade it to Server 2008 R2 and run Exchange Server 2010.
I posted this about my terminal server:
Anyways, thanks for your help.