Our firm has a single NSBS Server running NSBS 6.5, BM 3.8 and GW 6.5. The
server has two network cards. One card is connected to a 24 port switch
supporting our users. The other card is connected to a DSL router. Now, a
software vendor recommended Windows 2003 Server with Terminal Services as a
multi-office application solution.

I am testing the 180 day trial version of Windows 2003 Server with Terminal
Services. The test server also has two network cards. One card is pluged
into the
24 port switch and the other card is connected to the DSL router. The
Windows Server is on the same IP segment as the NSBS Server.

Is this the best way to handle the situation? I heard that Edirectory can be
made to recognize the Windows Server.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.