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Introducing the Windows SBS 2003 Technical Library!

Introducing the Windows SBS 2003 Technical Library!

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Wanted to post a link to the SBS 2003 Technical Library announcement. I think this is a great addition to the Community and I think helps address a lot of concerns that people have raised in the SBS WW Community Survey 2007. The ability to search for information on SBS I think has been vastly improved with this addition. Please check it out and let me know what you all think.




Here is the post from the SBS Doc Team:


It is with extreme pleasure that we announce the launch and availability of the Windows SBS 2003 Technical Library! The WSBS Technical Library centralizes all of the core product documentation for WSBS 2003 and WSBS 2003 R2. In doing so, it significantly improves your ability to search for and discover topics of interest. By centralizing this documentation within a common interface, you are assured of getting quick access to the latest information. There is also far less chance of being confused or annoyed by running into multiple and conflicting versions of the same document.


An added bonus of this release is that it also enables you to take advantage of the built in feedback system. The feedback system makes it possible for you to let us know if you find the documentation helpful or to share your thoughts on how we can correct or improve it.


On the back end, it is much easier for us to collect and evaluate your feedback. Updates to documentation are handled more efficiently and the library is refreshed on a weekly basis.


You can access the library by clicking on any document link on the SBS Product Documentation Web pages or from the SBS TechNet site. 


In the coming months, we will introduce more features that enhance your experience with our product documentation on the Web. Stay tuned!

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