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    Describes an update that turns off default SNP features for Windows Server 2003-based and Small Business Server 2003-based computers.
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    This step-by-step article describes how to configure licensing on an additional Microsoft Windows 2000 Server-based or Microsoft Windows Server 2003-based computer in a Small Business Server (SBS) 2000 or Windows Small Business Server 2003 environment....
    After you install the second server that is part of Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008 Premium or you install a Windows Server 2003 or 2008, and you join the domain as a member server, the new server shows up in the SBS console, under the Network,...
    When you run the Windows NT 4.0 Server Upgrade Wizard for Small Business Server (SBS), you may receive the following error message: Microsoft Small Business Server Upgrade Wizard Setup failed to complete. Try running Upgrade Wizard Setup again....
    Describes tasks to perform to migrate from Windows SBS 2003 to Windows SBS 2011 Standard.
    Describes tasks to perform to migrate from Windows SBS 2003 to Windows SBS 2011 Essentials.
    When you set up client computers using the Small Business Server (SBS) Manage Server Console, a machine account is created on the server as a Windows NT Server or Workstation. To maintain a standard central list of computers installed on the SBS...
    This guide explains how to install Windows SBS 2011 Essentials in migration mode on a new server, and then migrate the settings and data from the old server that is running Windows Small Business Server 2003 to the new server that is running Windows SBS 2

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