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SBS / W2K3 co-existing on same IP network

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    Hi,

    Easy question :roll:

    Can a W2K3 SBS server with its own domain ( 2 users ) co-exist on the same IP network as a separate W2K3 domain with two servers ( 10 users ) ??

    We have a client who wants a new company they have setup, to share IP network resource, and have its own Exchange Server, but to also stop cross domain data transfer.

    The SBS server and the user PC’s connected to it would have static IP addresses from a remote part of the current un-allocated range.

    They have a Cisco ASA, then a MS ISA server, then the internal network, so routing is not a problem to isolate either domain and the ADSL has enough IP’s to separate DNS and MX records

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