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Mobile Win2000 Server Setup

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Anonymous
a b D Laptop
November 11, 2004 2:28:09 PM

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We have a small office network with a domain controller. All computers run
Win2000.

I want to run demos at remote locations that have an IIS-configured
application on a laptop running Win2000 Server and accessed through a laptop
client running Win2000 Pro.

I want the laptop client to run the remote demos and access the home network
when back in the office.

How should the laptop server be congigured? Options seem to be:

1. A new domain on the laptop which is congigured as a new Domain Controller
2. A second Domain Controller of the office domain
3. Standalone server
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
November 12, 2004 12:31:42 AM

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3. Standalone server. There's no reason to run web applications on a DC

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"GrahamC" wrote:
| We have a small office network with a domain controller. All computers
run
| Win2000.
|
| I want to run demos at remote locations that have an IIS-configured
| application on a laptop running Win2000 Server and accessed through a
laptop
| client running Win2000 Pro.
|
| I want the laptop client to run the remote demos and access the home
network
| when back in the office.
|
| How should the laptop server be congigured? Options seem to be:
|
| 1. A new domain on the laptop which is congigured as a new Domain
Controller
| 2. A second Domain Controller of the office domain
| 3. Standalone server
!