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[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Mark Stanfill]
There has been a large amount of discussion in the community about the release of the Ripcurl update to allow Vista clients to participate in SBS domains (also known as the "Update for Windows Small Business Server 2003: Windows Vista and Outlook 2007 Compatibility (KB 926505)"). The updates you need are now available for download.
First, start with the 31 page white paper at here. The white paper includes links to the downloads you need, as well as the manual steps you have to perform on the client and the server. The six downloads are:
Notes, Highlights, and Gotchas from the White Paper:
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The Official SBS Blog : SBS Vista Client Update (Ripcurl) Now Available: http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2007/02/09/sbs-vista-client-update-ripcurl-now-available.aspx
Susan has already posted this on her blog, but I think this update is worth mentioning here as well.
Can't find anything on this error when trying to run 926505:
"Not enough storage is available to process this command"
Has anyone else seen this? (plenty of storage is available on the machine, so that's not the problem...)
http://www.sbslinks.com/java.htm That is the screenshot of my Sister's new Vista "beast" a laptop that
Once upon a time, in a kingdom near you, there was a Server. A king. And the King Server liked to rule
[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Duncan Chalmers and Damian Leibaschoff] Today the SBS SE team released
The Official SBS Blog : New SBS 2003 Updates released through Microsoft Update and WSUS: http://blogs
From the Official SBS Blog 1) “Critical Update for Windows Small Business Server 2003: Vista and
MORE INFORMATION ================== One frequent question often asked of SBS 2003 server installations
So the question came up ...why do we really need SP2 on SBS anyway? If you don't install it are there
...so you downloaded SP1 on a Vista machine...and you went over to a SBS 2003 network and ran /connectcomputer
Den gamle versjonen av MoveUser.exe I Windows Resource Kit tool er inkompatibel med Windows Vista. ...