Budget server package

We have a great value first Small Business Server package to suit lower budgets without compromising quality. This server will comfortably support up to 15 workstations and it comes complete with Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Standard Edition, so it can securely handle all your business communication including email services, permissions-based file sharing, print sharing, anti-virus, faxing and remote access. This package is jam packed with all the essential features your small business needs to run SBS2003 successfully.

Budget server package components

G4 Dual Core XEON - Small Business Server Package

  • Intel Validated 5U Pedestal Server Case (Rack mount kit available)
  • Dual Core XEON CPU
  • 4 Lane PCI-e Hardware RAID Controller (supports RAID 0,1,10)
  • SATA Hard Disks - Configured as RAID 1 Array (Mirrored)
  • 3 Bay Hot Swap Module 
  • 2GB RAM (expandable to 4GB)
  • SBS2003R2 Standard Edition (with 5 client access licenses)
  • Enterprise Antivirus Software (12 month license for server and 5 workstations)
  • External USB Backup Hard Disk
  • Optical mouse and keyboard combo
  • 1000VA UPS Unit (Uninterruptible Power supply)
  • 17” Black LCD Monitor
  • FAX modem – Desktop faxing to/from all your PC's
  • Basic onsite installation and configuration of server and up to 5 workstations*

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Optional workgroup Color Scanner/Sender with 50 page feeder

  • Scans to email, network file folders or even directly to a printer (photocopying)
  • Compliments MS Shared FAX service brilliantly!
work group color scanner/sender with 50 page feeder

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* Conditions Apply

Your existing network needs to be at least 100Mbit on CAT5/e cable. All workstations need to be Windows XP Pro as Windows XP Home will not connect to SBS2003. We can perform the upgrades from XP Home to XP Pro for you before the server rollout at extra cost (please call for pricing). We also require a network configuration questionnaire to be accurately completed before commencing roll out of your new network, to prevent delays onsite.