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Hi all, We have a MOSS implementation setup that is now, as is always the case, growing beyond it's original design hardware. So what I now need to do is move this to a NLBS front end.  Currently the backend is on a SQL cluster and there is one front end web server. I have tried to find information about doing this on the Internet but cannot seem to find anything that describes how to do this. Can anyone point in the direction of some documentation that shows how to do this? I am sure we cannot be the only ones that need to expand our original MOSS design! Thanks.

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