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    SQL 7.0 Compatability

    We are currently running SQL 7.0 on our server. We are in the process of getting a new server system. We want to get Small Business Server 2003. Will our current SQL 7.0 and Win 2000 Server be compatible with this? I have looked on microsoft and cannot find an answer there.
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    Re: SQL 7.0 Compatability

    If you are concerned about upgrading to SQL Server 2000 see this: How to Upgrade SQL Server 6.5 and 7.0 to SQL Server 2000. Also, see How to Upgrade to Windows Small Business Server 2003 for general upgrade information.

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    Re: SQL 7.0 Compatability

    Can we not keep SQL 7.0 and Win 2000 and run these with Windows Small Busines Server 2003?
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    Re: SQL 7.0 Compatability

    The answer is pretty much yes. With SBS, the SBS server must be the one & only PDC in a domain. I'm sure that with some searching of the MS Knowledge Base or Googling you can find more information on that. There is most likely a local MS partner that can assist also.

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