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1 19th April 14:54
dan shepherd ҅az].Ȩɢr,\
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I have a Terminal Server that is not doing much right now. Is it possible to
install the Web components of CRM on the TS box and the SQL components on
another box? If so... Does this produce any significant security risks as
the TS box is used by VPN clients?
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2 19th April 14:54
john odonnell
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as long as you lock down your users however I would still prefer to put the
web server on another box.

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3 29th April 00:01
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What do you mean by web components
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4 29th April 00:02
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CRM has two parts: SQL Server (database) and CRM Server (which provides
the web based GUI, application server and CRM SDK).
(other needed parts are AD & EXCHANGE)

He is not talking about the data base.
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5 18th May 21:01
bernd waldmann
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Installing OFS on TS is not possible I heard, is that true?
You talked about installing the server on a ts isn't it?


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6 18th May 21:01
peter lynch
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It is true that you cannot use SFO on a Terminal Server
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