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Inside SBS Episode #7 Now Available

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Direct download here.
 
In this week's episode:
 
The Internet Mutual Appreciation Society - www.sbsshow.com
The MyBusiness OU - safe to delete?
Exchange with 2 Email Domains
327000 How to grant "Send as" and "Send on behalf" permissions in Exchange 2000

839986 FIX: The Mail Profile combo box is disabled when you use Enterprise
 
828770 Resolve Anonymous Senders Functionality in Microsoft Exchange 2003

Exchange Slow Due to Desktop Search Clients
Outlook on the Server? -
 
828050 You Receive a Warning Message or You Cannot Start Outlook on a Computer

Exchange Performance Analyzer - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=4BDC1D6B-DE34-4F1C-AEBA-FED1256CAF9A&displaylang=en
Backups revisted - best practices
Tips for Road Warriors - Changing passwords remotely, my documents redirection
Gigabit Nics - best practices
2 Nics on the same network
SQL Mail - http://support.microsoft.com/?828750
 
 
 
 
[Apologies for the late arrival this week.  I spent the majority of yesterday in the E.R. getting rehydrated after a stomach flu.]
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  • Thanks to the SBS guys for taking my email comment on the podcast. I am indeed the Jason who was inquiring about the "My Business" OU.

    To follow-up on your response to my query, I am going to leave the My Business OU alone. It is not detrimental to what I am doing, and since nothing is going there I should be just fine in leaving it be.

    As some feedback, it looks like the wizards were working as expected prior to the application of SP1. Now, the wizards put users, for example, into the SBSUsers OU beneath the My Business OU. Oh well, my use of Wizards was somewhat small in any event.

    Speaking of the use of wizards, I have to admit as an "enterprise guy," I normally exchew the use of wizards. The one commenter was correct in that they make things that could take a long time to do quite short with their use. My issue, though, comes in what the wizard tends to hide. Also, sometimes there are some things that are just not done by a wizard. Again, my problem here is coming into an existing environment where the documentation is somewhat lax. Thus, I am using the tools I am used to get my hands wrapped around the structure of AD here at the firm.