Here are the myths in a nutshell:
- I cannot add additional servers to a Windows SBS domain.
- I cannot run Terminal Services in the Windows SBS domain.
- Windows SBS doesn't scale.
- Windows SBS requires different hardware than Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
- I cannot upgrade my current server.
- I'm going to outgrow Windows SBS.
- The Exchange Server 2003 mail store limit is too small.
- My applications are not supported on Windows SBS.
- Windows SBS has scaled-down versions of applications.
- I can't use the tools from Windows Server 2003 in Windows SBS.
- Windows SBS isn't secure.
If anything, it is a good 5 minute read to refresh and/or inform us of what SBS is not.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
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