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  • Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

    So I installed Sharepoint 3.0 on my SBS Standard machine. I did not go with the upgrade option because I have read various issues with upgrading 2.0. We previously did not utilize Sharepoint services 2.0. Once I installed Sharepoint it broke my OWA/RWW site since they both use port 80. Anyway I could setup Sharepoint to be the default site when I go to myservername and then have myservername/exchange for OWA etc... ?
    Be easy on me, I'm here to learn

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    Re: Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

    You were lucky you didn't upgrade, see here
    You could also just the terms SBS WSS 3...
    The aimless ramblings of a blithering lunatic (aka Chad Gross) has some good blogs on anything Sharepoint related.
    TIA

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    • #3
      Re: Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

      Originally posted by teiger View Post
      You were lucky you didn't upgrade, see here
      You could also just the terms SBS WSS 3...
      The aimless ramblings of a blithering lunatic (aka Chad Gross) has some good blogs on anything Sharepoint related.

      Haha Google is what told me not to upgrade
      Be easy on me, I'm here to learn

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      • #4
        Re: Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

        You can install WSS3 alongside the existing without upgrading. I have done this on an SBS 2003 box.

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        • #5
          Re: Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

          Originally posted by Virtual View Post
          You can install WSS3 alongside the existing without upgrading. I have done this on an SBS 2003 box.

          I hate to be rude, but did you read my post? I have done this already, that was not my question
          Be easy on me, I'm here to learn

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          • #6
            Re: Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

            Originally posted by brcmadmin View Post
            I hate to be rude, but did you read my post? I have done this already, that was not my question
            Maybe like me, Virtual did not fully understand what you had written at first glance.

            You were being offered an option to help you and while it may not have been what you wanted, a more polite responce (or none at all) would have been more appropriate. I think perhaps you should read YOUR signature and see if it still applies.
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            2 2 was 1 2.
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            • #7
              Re: Sharepoint 3.0 & OWA/RWW exist on the same server

              Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
              Maybe like me, Virtual did not fully understand what you had written at first glance.

              You were being offered an option to help you and while it may not have been what you wanted, a more polite responce (or none at all) would have been more appropriate. I think perhaps you should read YOUR signature and see if it still applies.
              Well I guess I just base it off of my first post. If you post and dont provide any information you get flamed for it everytime. I try to provide as much information as possible for this reason. Then someone comes along and glances at my post overlooking my whole post, then replies with something that was stated in my orginal post not really related to my issue. Frustrating. I was not trying to be rude hence why I made that statement, I just was letting that person know that it was not related to my question
              Be easy on me, I'm here to learn

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