Can you help me with my software licensing question?
Here's the scenario; please let me know if I haven't provided enough info.
Business 1 went out of business, and their assets were purchased by Business 2.
Business 1 had an SBS 2003 server (Server1), set up with AD/DNS/DHCP, is the DC for domain1, and is sharing files. No Exchange or TS.
Business 2 has an SBS 2003 server (Server2), set up with Exchange/AD/DNS/DHCP, is the DC for domain2, and doing file sharing. No TS. Business 2 also has a Server 2008 Std. machine (Server3), set up with Terminal Services, for users to log in and use one particular application.
When we moved Biz2 to Biz1's building, we turned off DNS and DHCP on the Biz1 SBS server (Server1). Member computers/users for Business 1 are still using it to login to their domain (domain1). Biz2's SBS server (Server2) is DNS/DHCP for the entire network, and is still the DC for domain2. I realize this is not ideal, but it works, for now.
Question 1: What are my options to "merge" the two domains? We'll be moving away from domain1, and onto domain2 for everything eventually, but that will take a bit of work. Do I make Server1 just a member server, or can't I do that with SBS?
Question 2: Can I move the TS licenses from Server3 to one of the SBS servers? We need to re-purpose Server3 for a different (dedicated) application.
Thanks in advance, please let me know if more information is needed.