Two questions really:
Is Windows 2003 still supported? (With all the fuss about XP support ending, I'm not sure if I missed it)
We have an old Windows 2003 Small Business Server as our domain controller, Exchange server and file server which is coming to the end of it's life.
We also have a Hyper-V (not service but bare bones server) with an iSCSI connection to a NASbox for the VM disks.
I'm thinking of creating an Exchange VM and Maybe getting another NASbox to use as a file server. But I'm not sure what to do with the SBS box. From my understanding of SBS, it is supposed to function as a sole domain controller and does not play well with other domain controllers. Does this mean if I want to build a replacement SBS box or move us over to a "proper" domain controller I will have to build the new machine "off of the domain" and then swap it out? Or create a new domain?