[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Jim Holtzman]
Greetings. I'm a technical writer on the EBS/SBS User Assistance team. I want to learn EBS well so I can write about it with some product knowledge. I currently run SBS2003 at home. I love SBS. Really love it. I want to love EBS. EBS and I need to go out on a date. Here's my plan:
I plan on doing a running journal of this process on the blog. This post starts the journal.
Please note: this journal is by no means an accurate representation of what you, the customer, would go through in a production environment. First, you're much smarter than me. Second, you have more budget than me. Third, you have much more IT experience at the mid-market level than I do. So, this experience should be taken for what it is - setting up EBS to run on a home network, virtually.
Let the dating begin!
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I cannot wait to follow these posts. I have been planning to do the same thing. I don't see an EBS forum on forums.technet.com. Is there one coming? Or perhaps you'll be posting over on the virtualization forum for this project instead? http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winserverhyperv/threads/
[ Today's post comes to us courtesy of Jim Holtzman] Continuing the saga of virtualizing EBS at home.