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  • Blog Post: Installing WSS 3.0 on Small Business Server

    Installation over Windows Small Business Server: If you will be installing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on any Windows Small Business Server machine, please read the Installing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on a Server Running Windows Small Business Server 2003 white paper. There are important installation...
  • Blog Post: A bit of SBS History

    Well, I can honestly say that when SBS 4.0 first got released I was only 15 and to be fair I didn’t have all that much interest in it and now I just can’t shut up about it. October 22, 1997 – BackOffice Small Business Server 4.0 Consists of Windows NT Server 4.0 SP3, Exchange Server 5.0 SP1...
  • Blog Post: Backing Up and Restoring Windows Small Business Server 2003

    The article included at this Link outlines a reliable way to perform regular server backups to a tape drive, external hard drive, or network share. It highlights how easy it is to use The Backup Configuration Wizard to organise your backup. It details what you can do after a system failure or other disaster...
  • Blog Post: List of Firewall Ports in SBS

    I was recently asked for a list of TCP port numbers to enable SBS services to pass through the firewall. The result of the search was a really useful link on TechNet http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sbs/2003/plan/gsg/appx_c.mspx
  • Blog Post: Simple Overview of Small Business Server 2003

    Main Components of Small Business Server 2003 Small Business Server "Standard Edition" Microsoft Server 2003 Microsoft SharePoint Services 2003 Microsoft Exchange 2003 Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Shared Fax Services Routing and Remote Access Services Small Business Server ...
  • Blog Post: Small Business Server R2 Updates include:

    So what's new I hear you ask? The list below outlines some of the new features to be included in SBSR2 - Unlike a Service Pack the SBS (R2) Release 2 is not a free upgrade. Automated, network-wide patch and update management for all Microsoft Update supported products lowering...
  • Blog Post: Is Terminal Services available in Windows Small Business Server 2003

    On a Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003-based computer, Terminal Services is only configured to use the Remote Desktop for Administration mode. Terminal Server is available on the Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter editions of Windows Server 2003. Unfortunately this is not the case...
  • Blog Post: Small Business Server 2003 Support Study

    Recently I have been undergoing a study of the Microsoft Telephone Partner Technical Specialist (TPTS) calls to see what the most common themes are that people tend to phone up and request support on. I have been trawling through the database and I have discovered a number of familiar trends that seem...
  • Blog Post: Deploying Windows Mobile 5.0 with Windows SBS 2003

    Microsoft offers a white paper that provides step-by-step instructions for deploying Windows Mobile 5.0 powered devices in an IT infrastructure that is based on the Small Business Server 2003 software. It is assumed that the readers have a basic understanding of Windows Mobile and experience in deploying...
  • Blog Post: SBS 2003 - Be Aware of The Competition!

    There is a interesting article about competition from Linux on Small Business Server 2003 R2 published on CRN about the refocus of Microsoft and Linux Rivals on SMB Servers. http://www.crn.com/sections/software/software.jhtml?articleId=189501056 It’s good to hear that Microsoft are still...
  • Blog Post: My thoughts on SBS and some useful links

    The aim of Microsoft’s Small Business Server software is to do exactly what is says on the box. It is quite simply “a small business server which is used in small business”. Prior to server technology the way in which most small business operated was with the use of peer to peer networking, which...