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  • Blog Post: Videos from WPC

    EBS activities continue at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Houston this week. Visit www.VARvid.com to see and hear partners in Houston discuss their thoughts and plans around EBS. For example, a video interview with Ed Correia of Sagacent Technologies is here , and an interview with Oliver Sommer...
  • Blog Post: Hidden goodness - a unique tool to change IP addresses across products

    So you've set up your EBS environment and now you want to change the public facing interface on your Security Server.  Perhaps you've removed your old firewall or you simply have had an environment change.  As you can probably guess it's not such a trivial task to do manually.  So in the...
  • Blog Post: The EBS Configuration Store

    Earlier this week we blogged about the mmsutils.exe /changeip feature for changing IP addresses on your servers.  We gave an example of what was actually happening when you updated the IP address and we mentioned some changes to the Configuration Store.  What is the Configuration Store you...
  • Blog Post: The Security Server

    The Security Server is the second server installed in a Windows Essential Business Server 2008 deployment. It integrates with the existing Management Server and it is automatically configured for the typical needs of a <300 seat business. The Security Server offers stateful and stateless firewall...
  • Blog Post: The Management Server

    Part of evaluating Windows Essential Business Server 2008 is about understanding how it all fits together.  As you hopefully know by now Essential Business Server 2008 runs on three Servers.  Today we’re going to cover what is actually installed on the management server and explain a little...
  • Blog Post: EBS Security Demo – TechNet EDGE

    Lingan Satkunanathan shows off some of the security features in this recent interview on TechNet EDGE.  He’ll talk about how we lock things down out of the box, how you can change settings once you’re installed, and also talks about features like NAP and IPSec.  Definitely worth checking out...