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[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Mark Stanfill]
Windows® Essential Business Server is the new Microsoft server solution for small to medium businesses, with 50 to 250 client computers in their organizations. Windows®Essential Business Server offers a standardized server configuration that is designed to meet the needs of most midsize businesses. The configuration is optimized to meet the currently recommended practices for networking, security, collaboration, and remote access. The tightly integrated Windows Essential Business Server simplifies setup, migration, and licensing for Microsoft infrastructure server products that a midsize business uses most frequently. Most network services and resources are managed through a single Windows®Essential Business Server Administration Console, which is accessible from anywhere on the network or remotely over a virtual private network.
Windows®Essential Business Server is installed on three physical servers. These are referred to by their primary roles in the network:
· Windows®Essential Business Server Management Server – Centralizes management of your Windows Server "Centro" network. Enables and manages worker collaboration and network services.
· Windows®Essential Business Server Security Server – Manages security, Internet access, and remote-worker connectivity.
· Windows®Essential Business Server Messaging Server – Provides messaging capabilities and manages network services.
If you are interested in joining the Windows®Essential Business Server upcoming Beta 2 effort;
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If you want to know more (or sign up for the beta) on Centro ...I mean Essential Business Server...