Q&A from Windows Small Business Server 2003 Service Opportunities, Part 1of 2 webcast

Q&A from Windows Small Business Server 2003 Service Opportunities, Part 1of 2 webcast

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Below are the follow-up questions & answers from the Thursday, September 13, 2007, webcast “Windows Small Business Server 2003 Service Opportunities, Part 1of 2” http://www.msreadiness.com/CourseDetail.aspx?id=6510).  To download the PowerPoint presentation, please visit BOB Wired at:  http://oem.microsoft.com/bobwired.  Look for BOB Decks: US System Builder Webcast Slide Decks to find a link with a username & password to access a number of BOB Team documents.

 

We will also be announcing the first six winners of the book giveaway in a separate posting coming soon. As always, thanks for attending!

 

Q: Where can I learn more about all of the events in the 5W/50 series?

A: Please visit http://www.mssmallbiz.com/sbstraining.

 

Q: Where can I download the PowerPoint presentations for the 5W/50 series?

A: We have created a Windows Live SkyDrive, please visit http://cid-63265f352b9da32c.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/5W50%20Webcast%20Downloads/.

 

Q: When is the webcast on the Business and Technology Assessment Toolkit?

A: This event will be presented on September 21 at 9am Pacific, and will also be available on-demand. Please visit http://www.msreadiness.com/CourseDetail.aspx?id=6425.

 

Q: When is the webcast on Managed Services?

A: This event is available for on-demand viewing, please visit http://www.msreadiness.com/CourseDetail.aspx?id=6448.

 

Q: When considering service opportunities around security, can Microsoft Forefront be used in Windows SBS 2003 environments?

A: Forefront is designed to be installed on a server functioning as an Edge Server running Exchange 2007. It will install on Windows SBS 2003, however, you will not be able to utilize it to its fullest capability. The best scenario for using Forefront Security suite is to install it on an Edge Server that also has ADAM installed.  For a more in-depth article, please visit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb430746.aspx.

 

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